COVID-19 vaccinations will be available on site for any eligible fairgoer during the Barnstable County Fair, thanks to a partnership between the Cape Cod Fairgrounds and the Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment.

The vaccinations are free of charge and with no appointment necessary.

Vaccinations will be administered by Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps clinicians on a daily basis through Sunday, July 25. Hours are from 4 to 9 PM in the Marketplace Building.

“We are very pleased to be able to offer COVID-19 vaccines to any fairgoer who is eligible to receive a vaccination and has yet to receive one,” said Wendy Brown, general manager of the Cape Cod Fairgrounds. “The 2021 fair would not have been possible without the vaccines, and we see this as another way to give back to the community after hosting COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinics at the fairgrounds all winter and spring.”

The two-shot Pfizer vaccine and the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be offered on a walk-in basis at the fairgrounds. Call 508-563-3200 with any questions or visit barnstablecountyfair.org.

Vaccinations are also available at many other locations in the county.

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