The New Mexico Department of Health and Walgreens Pharmacy are partnering for an indoor vaccination clinic at New Mexico State University on Saturday, April 17.
COVID vaccine will be available by appointment only, with residents ages 16 and older able to choose the time of their appointment.
The clinic will be at the Pan American Center with 2,400 appointments available for scheduling from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The clinic will be dispensing the Pfizer vaccine, which means individuals vaccinated will be scheduled for secondary doses.
Residents who wish to be vaccinated must pre-register online at vaccinenm.org. There, they can use the event code ‘DACVAX’ to choose their appointment time. Additional information about accessing the clinic will be provided after an appointment is confirmed.
The New Mexico Department of Health can also assist those who need help registering for the event – including those who do not have internet access. Please call the COVID-19 hotline toll-free at 855/600-3453, press Option 0 (zero) for vaccine questions, and then Option 4 for technical support.
The vaccination clinic will be conducted in collaboration with the Doña Ana County/City of Las Cruces Office of Emergency Management, New Mexico State University, and the New Mexico National Guard.