The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days, is in partnership with the 100 Black Men of North Metro Atlanta and Walgreens. Appointments are not necessary, but people are asked to bring identification.
“We are partnering with 100 Black Men and Walgreens because the health, vitality and stability of our community is at risk,” the Rev. Wilbur T. Purvis III, lead pastor, said in a statement. “Someone wisely said, ‘When America has a cold, Black America has pneumonia.’ COVID has disproportionately affected Black and brown communities. We are doing our part to slam the door on suspicion regarding the vaccine and open the door that leads to getting back to healthy living for all.”