Park University teams up with North Kansas City Hospital for COVID-19 vaccination clinic

Dayana Doudoune Jules, Reporter

Park University partnered with North Kansas City Hospital to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to students, faculty, and staff on its Parkville campus. The second clinic took place on Sept. 9, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the McCoy Meetin’ House. The event was open to any students and staff who were receiving their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine as well as those who needed a second dose. Students were able to sign up for the clinic online. The university offered prize drawings for every 15 students that signed up for the clinic. Prizes included iPad minis, Chromebooks, and Apple AirPods Pro.

Music major Diyorbek Nortojiev watches as nurse Tina Wilson administers the COVID-19 shot on his right arm.
Each COVID-19 vial contains six doses. The vaccine does not contain the live virus.
Freshman chemistry major Camila Martinho waves at the camera as nurse Tina Wilson looks over her information.
Glen Woody, Park University maintenance staff, flexes his bicep to show off his superman bandage.
Freshman Pedro Santana holds on tight to his vaccination card as nurse Tina Wilson administers his vaccination.
North Kansas City Hospital Nurse Tina Wilson holds the COVID-19 vaccine vial.