Vermont nonprofit offering vaccinations at home

Published: 11-07-2023 2:56 PM

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A Vermont nonprofit is offering vaccines at home for people of all ages who cannot otherwise access them. 

The Vermont Center of Independent Living announced the launch of the program in a Monday news release. The program is supported by the U.S. Administration for Community Living and USAging.

The service is free to anyone in the state, no insurance information will be collected and the people providing the vaccines will wear masks, the release said. All members of a household can be vaccinated at the same time.

Available vaccines include those that protect against serious illness from COVID-19, the flu and RSV.

More information about the program is online at vcil.org/vaccines. Vaccines can be scheduled by calling 802-830-4137, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  

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