Louisville’s new mass COVID-19 vaccination site officially opens up on Monday.UofL Health’s new site at Cardinal Stadium is the largest in the state. It’s a massive operation with 28 drive-thru lanes, but will also accommodate people without vehicles.Doctors will be able to give 4,000 shots per day.Appointments have been open, and as of Monday morning, it appeared there are still appointments free as early as Wednesday. Click here to sign up. (Having trouble with the website? Call 502-681-1435.)The appointments are currently for people who haven’t received a first shot.A operation of this magnitude requires a lot of help. We’re told the center utilizes National Guard, Americorps and medical students. The whole process is expected to take about 20 minutes per person, including the 10-minute observation period after the shot is received.Anyone 16 and older is eligible, as was determined by the state.Cardinal Stadium is located at 3134 S. Floyd Street. It’ll be open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.And a reminder: As this site opens, the large LouVax site at Broadbent Arena is closing, and going mobile.It’ll travel to areas where people are less likely to travel to a site for the vaccine.The program had a soft launch already, traveling to the Hope Wellness Center over the weekend. The mobile mission could serve up to 1,000 people per clinic.

Louisville’s new mass COVID-19 vaccination site officially opens up on Monday.

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UofL Health’s new site at Cardinal Stadium is the largest in the state. It’s a massive operation with 28 drive-thru lanes, but will also accommodate people without vehicles.

Doctors will be able to give 4,000 shots per day.

Appointments have been open, and as of Monday morning, it appeared there are still appointments free as early as Wednesday.

Click here to sign up. (Having trouble with the website? Call 502-681-1435.)

The appointments are currently for people who haven’t received a first shot.

A operation of this magnitude requires a lot of help. We’re told the center utilizes National Guard, Americorps and medical students.

The whole process is expected to take about 20 minutes per person, including the 10-minute observation period after the shot is received.

Anyone 16 and older is eligible, as was determined by the state.

Cardinal Stadium is located at 3134 S. Floyd Street. It’ll be open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

And a reminder: As this site opens, the large LouVax site at Broadbent Arena is closing, and going mobile.

It’ll travel to areas where people are less likely to travel to a site for the vaccine.

The program had a soft launch already, traveling to the Hope Wellness Center over the weekend. The mobile mission could serve up to 1,000 people per clinic.

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