Idaho’s largest one-day vaccine clinic is next Thursday at Boise Airport

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    Idaho’s largest mass clinic for COVID-19 vaccines is scheduled for April 8 at the Boise Airport. (Courtesy of Andriy Onufriyenko/Getty Images)

    Idaho’s largest mass clinic for COVID-19 vaccines is scheduled for April 8 at the Boise Airport.

    The clinic was organized by Crush the Curve Idaho in partnership with the city of Boise, Boise Airport and Red Rock Pharmacy.

    Crush the Curve hosted a mass vaccination drive in Meridian in February, vaccinating more than 1,000 people.

    Health care workers will administer more than 2,400 doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Idahoans age 18 and older.

    The clinic will be held in the airport’s economy parking lot, at 5600 W. Victory Road. Appointments are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on April 8. Second dose appointments will be scheduled for April 29.

    To schedule an appointment, use Crush the Curve’s registration form or call or text 208-391-7036.

    To schedule in Spanish, call or text 208-495-6001. There will be Spanish interpreters on site for the vaccination clinic.

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    Audrey Dutton
    Audrey Dutton, senior investigative reporter, joined the Idaho Capital Sun after 10 years at the Idaho Statesman. Her favorite topics to cover include health care, business, consumer protection issues and white collar crime. Dutton hails from Twin Falls. She attended college at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, and received a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University in New York City. Before coming home to Idaho, Dutton worked as a journalist in Minnesota, New York, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Dutton's work has earned dozens of state, regional and national awards for investigative reporting, health care and business reporting, radio journalism, data visualization and much more. Her resume also includes fellowships from the Association of Health Care Journalists, Idaho Press Club, Idaho Media Initiative and Investigative Reporters and Editors. Dutton also teaches an upper-division journalism course at Boise State University. She resides in Boise with her husband, young daughter and two cats.