Free COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Museum of Life and Science
November 30, 2021
For Immediate Release – November 30, 2021, 4:31 PM
Matt Pusateri, Senior Director of Marketing
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DURHAM, NC — The Museum of Life and Science is proud to announce that this Friday, December 3, from 1 to 4 pm, it will host a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic by the Durham County Department of Health.
Vaccines will be available for everyone five or older. The clinic will offer all doses of Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J.
No identification is needed. Walk-ins and appointments are both welcome. For questions or to schedule an appointment, please call 919-560-9217.
The vaccination clinic will take place in classroom buildings across the street from the main Museum at its south campus. Visitors should park in the parking deck. Staff will be near the south parking lot to register and direct guests to the clinic.
The vaccination clinic does not include admission to the Museum.
About the Museum of Life and Science
Located less than five miles from downtown Durham, the Museum of Life and Science is one of North Carolina’s top family destinations. Our 84-acre campus includes a two-story science center, one of the largest butterfly conservatories on the East Coast, and beautifully landscaped outdoor exhibits. Our interactive experiences include Dinosaur Trail, Ellerbe Creek Railway, Hideaway Woods, Into the Mist, Earth Moves, and Aerospace, which features one of the largest collections of Apollo-era NASA artifacts in the state. The Museum is also an AZA-accredited zoo, home to rescued black bears, lemurs, endangered red wolves, and more than 60 species of live animals. This year, the Museum celebrates its 75th anniversary and its ongoing commitment to the communities of Durham, the Triangle, and North Carolina. To learn more, visit lifeandscience.org.