Brady Street Improvement District
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Brady St BID Announces Pop-up Vaccination Site With Hyatt Pharmacy

 

By - Apr 23rd, 2021 01:03 pm

Milwaukee, WI – Brady Street Business Improvement District announced today a new partnership with Hyatt Pharmacy, a future resident business in the BID, to offer a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site. Hayat Pharmacy will be holding the vaccination clinic at The Nomad Pub, located at 1401 E. Brady Street, on Thursday, April 29 from 12pm to 6pm.

“The Brady Street BID organized this event to help increase vaccination rates in the area. If the clinic proves to be popular then more clinics will be held in the area until demand decreases,” said Rachel Taylor, the Executive Director for the Brady Street Business Improvement District.

People aged 16+ interested in attending the clinic are able to sign-up for a time slot at the following link: https://HayatCovidVaccine.as.me/Nomad. Walk-ins are also welcome. People with health insurance coverage are encouraged to bring their card to expedite the paperwork process, however the vaccine is free to everyone.

“As a professional person who has been working from home for the past year, I’ve struggled to find the time to get over to the Wisconsin Center for the vaccine,” said Ethan Kosmider, resident of the Brady Street area. “I’m looking forward to walking over to The Nomad on Thursday so I can get my shot and then get back to work.“

When discussing vaccinations Brady Street BID Director and owner of Roman Coin, Teri Regano commented, “I was fully vaccinated 2 months ago. It’s a liberating feeling, to be sure!”

For more information about The Brady Street Business Improvement District, visit https://www.bradystreet.org.

For more information about Hayat Pharmacy, visit https://www.hayatrx.com/.

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