LANSING, Mich. — LCC Emergency Management is working in partnership with the Ingham County Health Department to assist in administering the COVID-19 vaccine at the MSU Pavilion. First responders and frontline workers started receiving the vaccine a few weeks ago.
LCC employees are providing assistance in the registration process as people drive in to receive their vaccination.
“LCC is proud to provide this assistance,” said LCC Emergency Manager Carol Wolfinger. “Our graduates account for many of our region’s first responders, nurses, police and fire personnel, and many of our students are frontline workers. We are honored to participate in this encouraging step in our path toward recovery.”
Some LCC students and employees engaged in patient care and first response have also begun receiving their vaccinations.
“Receiving the vaccine was a great experience for me, with no side effects,” said LCC Director of Police Bill French. “The drive through the MSU Pavilion was fast and efficient.”
Learn more about vaccine distribution here.
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