WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Tuesday shared the following news from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Health and Human Services (HHS), Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA), Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH), and Dover International Speedway (DIS) have partnered to open a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site for six days beginning Saturday, February 20, 2021.
FEMA will provide resources and federal staffing support, as well as operational support at this.
The State of Delaware requested federal assistance to establish a vaccination site that would be able to provide the second-dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to up to 3,000 Delawareans a day for six days.
These second-dose appointments will only be available for those who received a first-dose from the Division of Public Health at one of the following events:
· Dover Division of Motor Vehicles on January 16th through January 18th
· Salesianum School in Wilmington on January 18th
· Delaware City Division of Motor Vehicles on January 22nd through 24th
· Georgetown Division of Motor Vehicles on January 23rd and January 24th
Both the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines will be provided to those that have received their first dose at these locations.
The second-dose appointments for the FEMA vaccination clinic will opened today at 11 a.m. at de.gov/fema. Appointments will be made with a simplified scheduling system created by Division of Public Health and not through the CDC VAMS system that some first-dose recipients may have used to make appointments for the Georgetown and Delaware City events in January. Those without internet access may call DPH at 1-833-643-1715 but should not call until after 11 a.m. Wednesday as no appointments will be available until then, but wait time may be lengthy based on call volume and online registration is urged.
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