PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A shot in the arm along with a free cup of coffee. The FEMA-run COVID-19 vaccination site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Saturday will be offering free Wawa coffee to the first 5,000 residents who show up to receive their vaccine.
🚨 THIS JUST IN: The Center City Vaccination Center will offer Pfizer AND J&J tomorrow! Free @Wawa coffee for the first 5,000 vaccinees!READ MORE: Philadelphia To Begin Offering Children Ages 12-15 Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine On Thursday After CDC's Recommendation
Come down as a walk-up between 8am- 5pm or schedule your appt. #VaxUpPhilly
— Philadelphia Public Health (@PHLPublicHealth) April 30, 2021READ MORE: Gasoline Shortage Appears To Be Creeping Into Philadelphia Region As Colonial Pipeline Resumes Operations
The Center City site will be offering both the Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccines.
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According to city data, as of Friday, 28.5% of Philadelphia residents are fully vaccinated and 43.7% are partially vaccinated. As of Friday morning, 49% of Pennsylvanians have received at least one dose of the vaccine, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Over 3.4 million residents in the commonwealth are fully vaccinated.