FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Media Contact: Patranya Bhoolsuwan | Patranya@acdcnv.org | 702-556-0235
Las Vegas (November 18, 2021): The Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) will host an upcoming vaccine clinic on November 19, 2021 from 10AM to 2PM in Shanghai Plaza at 4275 Spring Mountain Road, Unit 207 Las Vegas, NV 89183.
For this clinic, ACDC is partnering with Dr. Christina Madison (Founder of The Public Health Pharmacist), Roseman University’s College of Pharmacy and Southern Nevada Health District. The following vaccines will be offered:
- 1st, 2nd or booster doses (Janssen, Pfizer/BioNtech, Moderna)
- Pediatric doses (Pfizer/BioNtech 5-11 years old)
Vaccinations for both insured & uninsured (19 years old and up)
On Tuesday November 2nd 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) fully endorsed the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendation that children 5 to 11 years old be vaccinated against COVID-19 with the Pfizer BioNTech pediatric Covid-19 vaccine.
“There are many reasons why children should get the COVID-19 vaccines,” said Dr. Christina Madison. “This includes reducing the risk for possible severe illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths. We have seen this first hand with the spread of the Delta Variant causing a dramatic increase in the rates of pediatric cases and hospitalizations. The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine has been shown to be highly effective at over 90% and safe for children with a lower dose than needed than adolescents & adults. As a mother of 2 young children, this is welcome news. I will be getting my 5 year old vaccinated as soon as it becomes available at his pediatrician’s office in the coming weeks”.
Vaccine Clinics on-site contact:
Director of Family Services, ACDC firstname.lastname@example.org | 702-722-2568
Senior Civic Engagement Manager, ACDC email@example.com | 702-496-9186
ABOUT THE ASIAN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL:
The Asian Community Development Council (ACDC) is a nonprofit and non-partisan organization dedicated to building, connecting, and educating the Asian American Pacific Islander community in Nevada. ACDC was officially chartered in 2015. The mission of ACDC is to improve the general well-being and education of the Asian American Pacific Island and other ethnic communities in Nevada. Among the services ACDC offers includes: voter education, health insurance enrollment assistance, citizenship application assistance, vaccination clinics (Influenza and COVID-19), food distribution, College Readiness Bootcamp, and GraduAsian.