Still looking to get a COVID-19 vaccine? Planning to attend the Milwaukee Bucks game at Fiserv Forum on Sunday, May 2, or hang out at Nomad World Pub on Thursday, April 29? Then you’re in luck, because you can totally get vaccinated at a Bucks game or at the Nomad.

First up, the Bucks. “The Milwaukee Bucks and the Milwaukee Health Department have partnered to bring a mobile vaccination site to Fiserv Forum on Sunday, May 2, where any eligible fan attending the Bucks game can receive their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine,” reads a press release from today. The press release continues:

The vaccination site will be located in the Panorama Club inside Fiserv Forum and will be open from 1 p.m. through the conclusion of Sunday’s game, which tips off at 2:30 p.m. All fans 16 years and older may visit the Panorama Club any time during this window to receive their first dose of the vaccine.

After fans receive their first vaccine dose on Sunday, Milwaukee Health Department officials will be on-site to schedule an appointment for the second dose to be administered at a future date. It is expected that the entire process on Sunday will take between 20-30 minutes for fans to receive the vaccine, which includes sign up, receiving the vaccine and a waiting period of approximately 15 minutes after the shot is administered.



Now for the Nomad. “Brady Street Business Improvement District announced a new partnership with Hyatt Pharmacy, a future resident business in the BID, to offer a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site,” reads a press release from last week. “Hayat Pharmacy will be holding the vaccination clinic at The Nomad Pub, located at 1401 E. Brady Street, on Thursday, April 29 from 12pm to 6pm.”

The press release continues:

People aged 16+ interested in attending the clinic are able to sign-up for a time slot at the following link: https://HayatCovidVaccine.as.me/Nomad. Walk-ins are also welcome. People with health insurance coverage are encouraged to bring their card to expedite the paperwork process, however the vaccine is free to everyone.

So there you go! Get vaccinated at a Bucks game! Get vaccinated at the Nomad! Get vaccinated, Milwaukee!

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