National Life to host COVID-19 vaccination clinic

Vermont Business Magazine National Life will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic this week, which will be free and open to the public, in support of Governor Phil Scott’s commitment to getting more than 80 percent of the eligible population vaccinated for at least the first time.

The clinic will take place inside the company’s cafeteria at 1 National Life Drive on Friday from 9 am to 3 pm. The state Agency of Human Services and the Vermont National Guard are organizing all of the details. Other large firms in the state are also being asked to host sites.

National Life offered its Montpelier headquarters to match the governor’s desire to reopen the state fully as soon as a minimum number of shots had been administered.

“We share Governor Scott’s goal of getting Vermont back to work,” said Mehran Assadi, National Life’s Chairman, President and CEO. “The state has done a great job of organizing this vaccination campaign. National Life wants to do its part to get us over the top. We’re glad to welcome anyone who can make it on Friday.”

There is plenty of parking at National Life, which can be reached by taking a right at the first light off Exit 8 of Interstate 89. Signs will be posted to guide visitors to the appropriate entrance from the parking lots.

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Source: Montpelier, Vermont – National Life. May 25, 2021

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