Drive-Through Vaccination Clinic Set for March 31 at Dorney Park for Phase 1A
On March 31, LVHN expects to provide 4,000 first doses of the Moderna vaccine to people in Pennsylvania’s Phase 1A at a drive-through clinic at Dorney Park. All COVID-19 vaccines provided by LVHN are free.
Appointments are required for the March 31 vaccination event at Dorney Park and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To schedule an appointment for the drive-through clinic or any other LVHN COVID-19 vaccination event, people in Phase 1A can sign in to MyLVHN. You also can schedule an appointment by calling our COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 833-584-6283 (833-LVHN-CVD). However, due to large demand and call volume, you may be on hold. MyLVHN will be your fastest and easiest way to schedule.
Arrive for your appointment at the time it is scheduled
Your appointment holds your dose of vaccine, so you do not need to arrive early for your appointment. Appointments help maintain a steady flow at the vaccination. Read more about what to expect at an LVHN COVID-19 drive-through vaccination clinic.
If you receive your first dose of vaccine at the March 31 event, your second dose will automatically be scheduled for Wednesday, April 28 at Dorney Park.
LVHN is committed to helping you get your COVID-19 vaccination
You can see when we are scheduling by looking at our website, LVHN.org, for a green banner on the top of the screen. Also, check MyLVHN for available appointments.
Learn more about how to schedule your appointment through MyLVHN here.
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