The Senior Center is open and most classes are in person. Classes on Zoom or hybrid are noted in the Monthly Newsletter.
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic with Garnet Healthcare
Due to the anticipated high turnout for the Omicron- Specific Covid-19 Booster, the Garnet Healthcare Walk-in Clinics at the Charlotte Senior Center have been cancelled until further notice. This will allow the VT Department of Health and Garnet Healthcare to staff a larger walk-in clinic at the University Mall, 155 Dorset Street, near the Target.
Updates will be on the healthvermont.gov website at https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19/vaccine#walkinclinic
Masks Are Optional.
*(Pfizer or Moderna two shots plus booster or JNJ plus booster)
Wear a Mask.
Please stay home at this time and visit us when you feel well.
Thank you for your support in keeping the Senior Center and our guests safe. We will continue to monitor COVID transmission levels and may require masking based on health guidance and safety protocols.
Positive Covid Notification
See our policy on positive Covid testing and the Charlotte Senior Center.
Charlotte Community Partners
Charlotte Community Partners (CCP) has been hard at work this winter launching COVIDhelp05445 as a resource for our community.
There’s a lot of information out there about masking, testing and vaccinations and you may have questions, if not confusion. CCP seeks to provide information and resources to assist your research and decision making
Recommended masks are those labeled N95, KN95 or KF94.
Ask at the desk, call or email if you need masks.
Testing helps protect you and your family from infection and prevents the spread of disease.
Order free rapid test kits: covidtests.gov
Contact COVIDhelp05445@gmail.com or 802.425.3864 if you need help with:
- rapid test kits
- a ride to get vaccinated
- setting up a test or vaccine appointment
- information on masks, tests, or vaccination
Get more information on masks and tests bit.ly/COVIDhelp05445