COVID-19

VA plans vaccine clinic for veterans

The clinic in Kalamazoo is open to vets, their spouses, and caregivers.

The U.S. Veterans Administration is ramping up its efforts to get veterans inoculated against COVID-19. That effort will include a clinic in Kalamazoo on April 13.

The VA Medical Center in Battle Creek is already offering vaccines to veterans. Beginning Saturday, their spouses and caregivers will be able to be vaccinated under the SAVE LIVES Act passed by Congress last month.

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The VA plans to offer vaccinations to all of them regardless of age or medical condition.

The clinic will be held at the Salvation Army on Burdick Street in Kalamazoo on April 13 from noon to 5pm.

Interested parties should register in advance here.