SPRINGFIELD, MA (January 2022) – In a continued effort to support public health needs
related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Springfield Jewish Community Center has
partnered with Behavioral Health Network to bring an on-site COVID-19 Booster Shot and
Vaccination Clinic to the J on Thursday, January 13 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Community members can choose from the Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, and Pfizer vaccines
or boosters. Pediatric COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, as well as the flu shot, will also be
Everyone who receives their vaccination at the mobile clinic will be given two free guest passes
to the J, so they can enjoy a fitness facility, pool, spa services, and more. In addition, clinic
participants will receive two free passes to the Holyoke Children’s Museum (children only) and a
small gift from Bumpy’s Natural & Organic Foods in Springfield.
“We’re grateful that the Springfield JCC can play a role in helping to keep our community safe,”
said Deb Krivoy, Chief Operating Officer of the J. “With this mobile vaccination clinic, we
continue to prioritize the health and wellness of the diverse communities we serve.”
In October 2021, the J mandated COVID-19 vaccination for its staff. Additionally, the Springfield
JCC has enhanced cleaning procedures and protocols in the building, and has adopted
rapid-testing protocols for its Early Learning Center teachers in an effort to provide safe,
consistent care to families.