PMC turns out to get covid-19 vaccine: Mobile Clinic Returns March 20-21 to Frazier Park—Get Your Shot Slot

  • [photo by Mel Weinstein]

    [photo by Mel Weinstein]

By Marcy Axness, TME

Enthusiastic residents of Pine Mountain Club turned out to receive covid-19 vaccinations Sunday, March 14, when an Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley mobile rural unit arrived to administer 150 free, single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccinations at the PMC clubhouse.

The sunny weather made waiting in line almost pleasant, as the queue of masked and socially-distanced neighbors snaked down the entire length of the parking lot for the first-come, first-served event. One person even set up a lawn chair to settle in for a tan.

A delay was caused when the mobile clinic bus encountered…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

Photo captions:

Deb Dionne got her shot in the arm from Susanne Ray at Adventist Health—Tehachapi’s Mobile Clinic visit to PMC.

Above, left: Tara Sgambellone was all smiles behind her mask; Above, right: Cody Wishon, 26, responded quickly to the 12:30 p.m. email blast inviting those 18 and up to benefit from the team’s extra doses, so they would not be wasted.

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This is part of the March 19, 2021 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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