The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce – in partnership with Lackawanna County – is offering Lackawanna County businesses the opportunity to set up free, on-site COVID-19 vaccine clinics for employees and their families, including children ages 12-15.
“As a business organization, the Chamber understands the impact COVID-19 has had on our community,” said Bob Durkin, president of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. “Collaborating with Lackawanna County on this initiative gives us the opportunity to help our businesses and their employees in fostering a safe work environment, as well as supporting the NEPA economy.”
“The pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on the national, state, and local economic landscape. As we begin to return to work and a sense of normalcy, it is vital for everyone to get vaccinated for their own protection and that of others. Companies that hold vaccine clinics for their employees are to be lauded for their commitment to their workers in an attempt to safely move ahead to return to the environment everyone is accustomed to,” explained the Lackawanna County Board of Commissioners.
Lackawanna County and their approved vaccine providers will coordinate the clinics for the businesses that apply. Businesses looking to schedule a clinic can apply at www.scrantonchamber.com/covid-19-workplace-vaccine-clinics.
For more information or questions, contact Amy Luyster at email@example.com.