Lehigh County Officials Receive Pfizer Vaccine At Cedarbrook

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Allentown, PA- On Wednesday, January 13th, 2021, Lehigh County Executive Phil Armstrong joined County Commissioner Dan Hartzell and Cedarbrook Administrator and Director Jason Cumello in receiving the first dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine. The vaccine was administered at Cedarbrook Senior Care & Rehabilitation in Allentown on the first day of their vaccination clinics.

“We are here to show important it is to get this shot,” County Executive Armstrong said, “Instead of just saying it is important we are going to roll up our sleeves, get the shot, and show everybody that we’ve been waiting for this so that we can get back on the road to normalcy. We are hoping that everyone will follow our example and get the vaccine when it is their turn.”

Cedarbrook resident Jean Larison also participated and received her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, hoping to encourage fellow residents to do the same.

In partnership with Walgreens, Cedarbrook Senior Car & Rehabilitation in Allentown has begun its first round of clinics to administer the Pfizer vaccine. Vaccinations are scheduled to take place on a staggered schedule in order to ensure that residents and staff have the opportunity to get vaccinated. Clinics are scheduled to take place until the end of February.

The current dates for these clinics are as follows:

Clinic 1: January 13th, January 14th, January 15th
Clinic 2: February 2nd, February 4th, February 5th
Clinic 3: February 24th, February 25th, February 26th

Information provided to TVL by:
Laura Grammes
Public Information Officer
County of Lehigh, Government Center
17 S. 7th Street, 5th Floor, Suite 519
Allentown, PA 18101