April 1, 2021 Statement regarding possible Delaware County Mass Vaccination Site at Delaware County Community College

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Released: April 1, 2021

The Delaware County COVID-19 Task Force is currently evaluating plans for mass vaccination sites in the county. Recent news reports have prematurely reported the Delaware County Community College (DCCC) campus will serve as such a site. While the DCCC campus is anticipated to be such a site, no final decisions have been made.

If the DCCC campus is selected as a site, the public should understand that DCCC would serve as the host but will not be involved in the operation of the site, administering vaccines, or scheduling appointments. DCCC will have no ability to help residents secure appointments.

Beginning next week, Phase 1A and 1B Delaware County residents interested in receiving the vaccination through the County of Delaware will be directed to schedule an appointment though the County’s COVID-19 website.

Note that Phase 1A individuals who previously pre-registered with the County are advised to review their email inbox for the latest email from Delaware County, which will include newly opened appointments. These appointments will be available on the afternoon of Thursday, April 1.

Residents are reminded that over 30 active vaccination sites are operational in Delaware County, including County-operated or partnered sites in Aston, Chester, Springfield, Radnor and Yeadon. Residents can find a comprehensive listing of vaccination sites on the Delaware County COVID-19 website at delcopa.gov/vax.

Delaware County residents with questions about COVID-19, including information about testing and vaccines, can contact the Delaware County COVID-19 Call Center by phone at (484) 276-2100 or by email at covid19resources@co.delaware.pa.us.



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