Bartlett, Lakeland and Arlington could open joint COVID-19 vaccine site

By , Daily Memphian Updated: March 09, 2021 7:00 PM CT | Published: March 09, 2021 1:56 PM CT
<strong>A citizen receives a second dose of the COVID vaccine on Saturday, March 6, at the Pipkin Building. Officials in the suburbs of Bartlett, Lakeland and Arlington will consider authorizing an agreement to open a joint vaccination site.&nbsp;The location would be the first in Northeast Shelby County.</strong> (Ziggy Mack/Special to the Daily Memphian)

A citizen receives a second dose of the COVID vaccine on Saturday, March 6, at the Pipkin Building. Officials in the suburbs of Bartlett, Lakeland and Arlington will consider authorizing an agreement to open a joint vaccination site. The location would be the first in Northeast Shelby County. (Ziggy Mack/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Bartlett’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen authorized Mayor Keith McDonald to enter an agreement with Lakeland and Arlington to open a joint vaccination location at its meeting Tuesday.

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Omer Yusuf

Omer Yusuf

Omer Yusuf covers Bartlett and North Memphis neighborhoods for The Daily Memphian. He also analyzes COVID-19 data each week. Omer is a former Jackson Sun reporter and University of Memphis graduate.


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