Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy has partnered with Rockledge Regional Medical Center (RRMC) to deliver COVID-19 vaccinations to its teachers and staff age 50 and older.
RRMC will hold a clinic this Saturday, March 6, to administer up to 50 vaccinations to Holy Trinity employees. Those interested in receiving the COVID vaccine reserved a time in advance to attend the clinic.
“We feel so blessed to be able to vaccinate a large majority of our teachers and staff, thanks to the compassionate generosity of Rockledge Regional Medical Center,” said Holy Trinity President, Dr. Katherine Cobb. “This is an outstanding example of what happens when communities band together to put people first and make public health a priority in these uncertain and challenging times.”
The most recent executive order has expanded the vaccine administration to include K-12 school employees 50 years of age and older. Tom Bowden, Chief Operating Officer for Rockledge Regional Medical Center said, “We believe that school employees are an essential part of the Brevard County community and we are proud to partner with Holy Trinity to vaccinate their staff.”
Holy Trinity plans to share photos of faculty and staff receiving their first vaccine on its social media platforms using the hashtag #AllinthisTogether as way to acknowledge the important role of community partnerships in supporting those on the front lines of education.