County Hosts One of NM's Largest COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Courtesy: San Juan County Office of Emergency Management

With 700 vaccines distributed, the event held at McGee park was described as one of the largest drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the state.

From the San Juan County Office of Emergency Management

Saturday, January 30, 2021

Today the San Juan County Office of Emergency Management was involved in what was described as the largest drive-through COVID-19 shot clinic in the county and state (so far) at McGee Park!

The clinic was put on by Presbyterian Medical Services . The PMS staff administered the vaccines, with some other volunteer help, including folks from the New Mexico National Guard. There were numerous other volunteers who made the clinic happen, including San Juan County EMCOMM, New Mexico State Police, American Red CrossSan Juan County NM, staff, and members of the San Juan County Fire Department.

.We want to say thank you to all the folks who made it happen and thank you to all the 700 people who came (with plenty of patience) to get a shot.

There will be further clinics in the future, but the only way to get a shot is to sign up at

(Photos courtesy: San Juan County Office of Emergency Management)


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