Homeless to Get Paid $10 to Take J&J Vaccine in San Angelo


SAN ANGELO, TX – The City of San Angelo announced Tuesday morning that this Friday the Concho Valley Homeless Planning Coalition will be giving $10 dollars to homeless people who get vaccinated. 

According to the City of San Angelo, on Jun. 8, the Concho Valley Homeless Planning Coalition, in coordination with the Department of State Health Services, has scheduled a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccination clinic for homeless individuals this Friday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wesley Trinity United Methodist Church soup kitchen located at 301 W 18th St.

Identification will not be required. In order to encourage participation, the coalition will give $10 for the first 30 homeless individuals who get vaccinated.

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