Metro makes 20,000 vaccination appointments in about 6 hours, more available Friday
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- The Nashville Department of Health has announced more COVID-19 vaccination appointments will be made available to Metro residents on Friday.
The new registrations will be in addition to the 20,000 appointments already made this week.
It took about four hours to register 10,000 appointments as Phase 1c opened on Monday. It took just two hours on Wednesday to register another 10,000 for the mass vaccination event planned at Nissan Stadium next week.
The current phase of the state’s immunization plan includes residents 16 and older with serious health conditions, pregnant women, and the families of medically fragile children.
Music City Center will host the vaccination appointments made on Friday.