Tantramar Report: Moderna walk-in clinic at Civic Centre, NCRA finalists announced

People sit at folding tables inside of the Tantramar Memorial Civic Centre. People in white coats are administering shots.
Vitalité vaccination clinic on May 12 at the Tantramar Civic Centre. Photo by Erica Butler.
Meg Cunningham - CHMA - SackvilleNB | 28-07-2021

On today's Tantramar Report:

The National Campus and Community Radio Association award finalists have been announced, and CHMA is up for four awards. Erica Butler sat down with programming director Kheaven Braiser to talk about the shows up for awards.

There is a Moderna walk-in clinic today at the Tantramar Memorial Civic Centre between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Anyone in the area who needs a first or second shot can head to the Civic Centre without an appointment. Since the clinic is offering Moderna, it's limited to those age 18 and older. There will be other clinics this week that offer the Pfizer vaccine, which can be administered to those 12 and older.

Parlee Beach Provincial Park is upgrading its facilities to make the park more wheelchair-accessible. Ability New Brunswick is working with the park to construct accessible washrooms, indoor showers, family changing rooms, and sheltered outdoor showers. There is other construction going on at the beach, including a nautical-themed playground that will be accessible to children with mobility aids.

New Brunswick has one new case of COVID-19, but the person is out of the province. The person is under 19 years old, and the case is counted in Zone 2 (Saint John region) even though the person isn't in New Brunswick. There are seven active cases in the province, but no one is in the hospital with COVID-19.

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