Nursing Students and Faculty Continue with Vaccine Help

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Nursing Students and Faculty Continue with Vaccine Help

Published: March 23, 2021.

Lewis University nursing students and faculty continue to help various health departments with COVID-19 vaccine distribution. 

On March 21, there were 14 students and three faculty members who assisted the Kendall County Health Department with vaccine distribution at Oswego High School. The mass vaccination site was able to dispense vaccines to about 2,200 people on that day.

Lewis University students and faculty assisted the Kendall County Health Department with a similar vaccine distribution on March 14. They have plans to help again in April.

Students and faculty continue to assist at various locations in Will County. On March 16, they assisted at a clinic for employees at Magid Glove & Safety Manufacturing Company LLC in Romeoville. Senior nursing student Michelle Tacbas was honored to give a vaccine to alumna Victoria Brier'20.

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