OhioHealth and Easton Town Center Partner to Offer COVID-19 Vaccinations
OhioHealth and Easton Town Center will be providing a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Easton on Saturday, June 26 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The vaccination clinic will be located in the Easton Community Room at 3981 Gramercy Street. Appointments are not required.
The vaccination clinic will be staffed by OhioHealth and offer the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to those 18 and older. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine only requires one dose, so those vaccinated Saturday will not need to follow up for another shot.
“Easton is honored to serve as a vaccination site for the community to receive COVID-19 vaccines with no appointment needed,” said Jennifer Peterson, Chief Executive, Easton. “In partnering with OhioHealth to provide this service in the Easton Community Room, we encourage guests to stop by and help protect themselves and others.”
“OhioHealth is proud to have administered more than 218,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine throughout communities we serve,” said David Lee, MD, vice president, OhioHealth Employer Services. “We are excited to offer this pop-up clinic at Easton to help community members get vaccinated conveniently while they’re already out and about. Together, we can build a healthier community one person at a time and we’re thrilled to partner with Easton to provide this service to people enjoying their Saturday at one of central Ohio’s most iconic destinations.”
Getting vaccinated just takes approximately 30 minutes. This includes a 15-minute observation period after receiving the vaccine.
While the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is only available to those 18 and older, team members will be available to help schedule those ages 12-17 for a future appointment for another vaccine at a convenient OhioHealth location.
To learn more about other OhioHealth COVID-19 vaccination clinics, please click here.
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Co-Developed by The Georgetown Company and L Brands, Easton is a 1,300-acre mixed use destination located in the northeast quadrant of Columbus, Ohio. The master-planned development includes a business park with 30,000+ employees, a town center, a large format power center, residential development, hotels, automobile dealerships, indoor and outdoor athletic fields and more. At the heart of the master planned development is Easton Town Center, the Midwest’s premier destination for shopping, dining and entertainment with over 240 best-in-class shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Ranked among the top 30 highest-performing retail centers in the U.S. with sales over $1 billion, Chain Store Age named Easton Town Center the No. 1 Retail Center Experience in the nation in 2019 and it was also designated a Top Five Most Innovative Malls in the World by Inside Retail. Most recently, Easton was selected as a Top 10 COMEBACK Retail Center Experience, based on the response to COVID and the safe phased reopening. Easton Town Center was co-developed by L Brands, The Georgetown Company and Steiner + Associates, and is managed by Steiner + Associates. It is currently undergoing a $500 million expansion which features 140,000 square feet of new entertainment, restaurant, hotel and retail offerings, in addition to 125,000 square feet of new office space and living options including recently opened RH Columbus, The Gallery at Easton Town Center, Forbidden Root, The Beeline, Crimson, Dragon Donuts, LemonShark Poké & Makai Grill, Pins Mechanical, Slurping Turtle and Ivan Kane’s Forty Deuce Café & Speakeasy Supper Club.