We strongly recommend that all faculty, staff and students of Shippensburg University get vaccinated. Vaccinations are an important component in the fight against COVID-19.
COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective
Once fully vaccinated, you can start doing some of the things that had to be stopped because of the pandemic
COVID-19 vaccination is a safer way to help build protection from serious illness from COVID-19
COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool to help stop the pandemic (along with other mitigation protocols)
COVID-19 vaccination will reduce your chances of getting COVID-19
None of the COVID-19 vaccines will give you COVID-19
Getting the vaccine is easy and widely available.
WellSpan Health is set to offer same-day, walk-in vaccine appointments starting Friday, April 30, in York, Chambersburg, Lebanon, Gettysburg and Ephrata for anyone 16 and older at certain sites.
The locations include York County Community Vaccination Site at 351 Loucks Road in York, WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital at 169 Martin Ave. in Ephrata, Franklin County Community Vaccination Site at 3055 Black Gap Road in Chambersburg, WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital at 252 S. 4th St. in Lebanon, and WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital at 147 Gettys St. in Gettysburg.
Make appointments online at mywellspan.org and www.wellspan.org/make-an-appointment/covid-19-vaccine/ or by phone at 1-855-851-3641. All appointments are available between noon and 3 p.m., although days available vary depending on location.
The York site is open on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The Ephrata site is open on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The Chambersburg and Lebanon sites are open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. And the Gettysburg site is open on Wednesday and Friday.
The Department of Public Safety has partnered with Quality Care, Holly and Big Spring Pharmacies to provide vaccines at the U-Haul Moving & Storage (formerly Kmart), 1180 Walnut Bottom Road, Carlisle. Anyone 16 and older can make an appointment at qcpharmacy.com or by phone at 717.918.9880.
Please, do your part and get vaccinated!