Coronavirus Testing Coming Back To Montauk; Vaccinations Pop-Up in East Hampton - 27 East

Coronavirus Testing Coming Back To Montauk; Vaccinations Pop-Up in East Hampton

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Staff helped seniors getting vaccinations in East Hampton on Friday.

Staff helped seniors getting vaccinations in East Hampton on Friday.

OLA  (Organización Latino-Americana) Executive Director Minerva Perez consults with Stony Brook Hospital nursing staff prior to the opening of a COVID-19 vaccine POD (Pop Up Dispensary) in the Ryan Dempsey Parrish Hall of the Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton on Friday.       MICHAEL HELLER

OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) Executive Director Minerva Perez consults with Stony Brook Hospital nursing staff prior to the opening of a COVID-19 vaccine POD (Pop Up Dispensary) in the Ryan Dempsey Parrish Hall of the Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton on Friday. MICHAEL HELLER

Stony Brook Hospital RN Anne Byrne vaccinates a senior citizen during a COVID-19 vaccine POD (Pop Up Dispensary) organized by OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) in the Ryan Dempsey Parrish Hall of the Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton on Friday.      MICHAEL HELLER

Stony Brook Hospital RN Anne Byrne vaccinates a senior citizen during a COVID-19 vaccine POD (Pop Up Dispensary) organized by OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) in the Ryan Dempsey Parrish Hall of the Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton on Friday. MICHAEL HELLER

A crowd of people with appointments waits outside the hall during a COVID-19 vaccine POD (Pop Up Dispensary) organized by OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) in the Ryan Dempsey Parrish Hall of the Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton on Friday.    MICHAEL HELLER

A crowd of people with appointments waits outside the hall during a COVID-19 vaccine POD (Pop Up Dispensary) organized by OLA (Organización Latino-Americana) in the Ryan Dempsey Parrish Hall of the Most Holy Trinity Church in East Hampton on Friday. MICHAEL HELLER

authorMichael Wright on Feb 18, 2021
East Hampton Town opened a new daily COVID-19 testing site in Montauk this week to accommodate both the residents of the remote hamlet and an anticipated surge in need with... more

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