Dauphin County’s drive-through vaccination center to end first-dose vaccine appointments

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — The Dauphin County’s drive-through vaccination center will be ending its first-dose COVID-19 vaccines on Tuesday, May 25 at their Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) location.

UPMC will continue to offer drive-through second-dose vaccines through June 22 at the HACC location.

“The elimination of first-dose vaccines at the HACC location is the result of a reduction in demand at large clinics like this one,” Philip Guarneschelli, president of UPMC Pinnacle, said.

According to Guarneschelli, the first-dose vaccine will still be available at smaller venues throughout the county.

Those who prefer the drive-through option are encouraged to schedule first-dose appointments before the May 25 deadline by clicking here.

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