MAUMEE, Ohio (WTVG) – Entrances and Exits. People who received their COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday at the Lucas County Recreation Center praised the speed and kindness of the staff administering the injections.
“Everything is very effective,” said Billie Bell, vaccine recipient. “We had the Pfizer today, and it worked really well.”
“I know the lines sometimes seem long, but really, it’s 20 minutes or less between the front door and the vaccine,” said Cherri Periatt, Mercy Health nurse and vaccine distributor.
Volunteers at Tuesday’s event administered 1,900 COVID-19 vaccines. Lucas County Health Department staff and Mercy Health employees worked together to administer as many doses as they had in stock. Mercy nurses Kim Mullins and Cheri Periatt were among those on the front lines.
“It gives a great sense of pride that we are doing this and helping our community,”…
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