County, WellSpan Health coordinate community vaccination site

The York County Commissioners today entered into an agreement with WellSpan Health to establish a community vaccination center in the old A.C. Moore buillding at 351 Loucks Road, which is part of Manchester Crossroads on Route 30. The site will be by appointment only. Appointments will depend on vaccine availability.

The county’s agreement with WellSpan will outline responsibilities of each party in the implementation and organization of the center.

The expenses related to getting this site up and running, which will include some site renovations, specialized equipment purchases, rent and utility expenses along with other costs, will be paid by the county. The county is eligible for reimbursement for those costs, and will be requesting such reimbursement.

This agreement marks a major step forward in the county’s effort to facilitate vaccines getting into people’s arms.

“This is a major undertaking and it is important for us to collaborate with WellSpan to help our community in this time of great need,” said York County President Commissioner Julie Wheeler.

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