PHILADELPHIA - A day after President Joe Biden directed states to make all adults vaccine eligible by April 19, Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr.
Thomas Farley said it's getting "a little bit easier each week" for city residents to get the crucial shot. The Health Department has supplemented the FEMA-run mega site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center with a number of smaller mass vaccination clinics around the city over the past several months.
Dr. Farley on Good Day Philadelphia said the city is up to 230 enrolled vaccine providers with plans for further expansion. On Wednesdays, the city will host three walk-up vaccination sites for people 65+ between the hours of 8 a.m.Read more on fox29.com