By now, I think we are all ready for life to return to normal. We're tired of the Covid-19 virus and we're ready to start attending concerts and community events.

I received my 2nd Covid vaccine just a few weeks ago and it is such a relief to feel like I did something so small to make such a big difference not only for myself but for my community. Personally, I did feel a little crummy the day after my 2nd vaccine as my body processed its natural immune response to the vaccine but absolutely nothing that a little rest and taking it easy didn't cure and there was a small amount of soreness in my arm that did last for a couple of day.

Getting a Covid-19 vaccine in Henderson just got easier. The Mobile Community Vaccination Center will be open at John James Audubon State Park on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at the Sycamore Shelter from 10am - 4:30pm. You can schedule a vaccine appointment online by visiting the Kentucky Patient Portal or you can call 270-953-3785 although an appointment is not necessary and walk-ups will be accepted as well with patients of the vaccine center receiving the Pfizer vaccine.

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John James Audubon State Park is located at  3100 US-41, Henderson, KY 42420 and according to a Facebook post,

This site has the capability to accommodate those with limited language proficiency and those with access or functional needs.

If you are still needing to get your vaccine, this is a great opportunity and there is no out of pocket charge to received the vaccine.

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