Pittsburgh Public Schools said it will hold a COVID-19 vaccine clinic Wednesday at Heinz Field for students 16 and older.
On May 5, Pittsburgh Public Schools will partner with Giant Eagle to vaccinate students. Appointments are available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students must have an appointment to get vaccinated.
Transportation to the clinic is available through the district’s support center at 412-529-4357 or by visiting www.pghschools.org/letstalk and clicking the transportation button.
The district partnered with Giant Eagle in March to provide vaccinations for about 3,000 city school staff members and partner organization employees at Heinz Field.
The Pittsburgh Public Schools is the most recent district to announce a student vaccine clinic through the O’Hara-based grocery and pharmacy chain.
The North Hills and McKeesport Area school district have also partnered with Giant Eagle to vaccinate their eligible students.
“Schools and school districts interested in learning more about partnering on a student vaccination clinic are encouraged to contact Giant Eagle Pharmacy either via phone at 1-800-245-2367 or via email at [email protected],” a Giant Eagle spokesman said.