March 14, 2022
Weber-Morgan Health Department Closes Last Community COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Site
OGDEN, UT – On Wednesday, March 16th, the Weber-Morgan Health Department will close the mass vaccination site at the Weber State Community Education Center on the corner of 2600 and Monroe Blvd. in downtown Ogden.
After that, those needing 1st, 2nd or boosters for COVID-19 vaccinations will need to look to more traditional immunization sources such as health clinics, pharmacies and primary care physicians.
- The Weber-Morgan Health Department will offer the vaccine by appointment in the first-floor clinic at 477 23rd Street. Call 801-399-7250 to schedule.
- The health department offers immunization clinics in Morgan at the Morgan City Hall, 90 W. Young Street, on the first Monday and third Friday of every month. Morgan residents may make an appointment at either location by call 801-399-7250 to schedule.
- Residents may also visit the pharmacy of your choice. A list of local pharmacies offering the vaccine is also available at https://coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine-distribution.
Weber-Morgan Health Department Executive Director Brian Cowan said the mass clinic closure is one more sign the COVID-19 pandemic is subsiding.
“Vaccination is still the No. 1 way we can prevent the spread of this disease,” Cowan said. “We’re happy to have played a role in getting it out to the community quickly through these high-volume clinics. We received many compliments on our mass vaccination sites. We owe a debt of gratitude to Weber State, the many volunteers, community leaders, local first responders, the Utah National Guard and our own staff who played such an integral role in combating this novel virus through vaccinating 10s-of-thousands of our residents.”