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Fallon Rural Outreach Clinic

Saturday, Feb. 4 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm | Fallon Rural Outreach Clinic

Immunize Nevada, in partnership with the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, is hosting a rural outreach clinic in Fallon, Nevada. 

This event will include free medical services for those with or without insurance. Walk-ins are welcome!

Saturday Night Life: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Dinner

Saturday, Feb. 4 | 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Free HIV Testing 

The Center will be hosting a dinner for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Join us for an evening of speakers, food, performance, vendors, and community building. 

Free HIV testing will be available. 


For more info contact Kiande at or 702-802-5412. 

Reno Free Skin Check Clinic

Wednesday, Feb. 8 | 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm | Free Skin Check Clinic

The Nevada Cancer Coalition, with the UNR School of Medicine and Sun Smart Nevada, are hosting a FREE skin check clinic.

Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers. Skin cancers-- including melanoma, basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma -- are easier to treat when they’re found early.


Vaccine Provider Grants Available
Grants available for COVID-19 vaccine providers Vaccine providers do the important work of keeping our communities safe and healthy, and the ongoing COVID-19 response can be costly. To help offset COVID-19-related expenses, Immunize Nevada is offering COVID-19 vaccine providers grants on a rolling basis. What grants are available to COVID-19 vaccine providers? The Mini Grant can be used to reimburse a variety of expenses related to COVID-19 vaccination, including:
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month
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Lung cancer continues to be leading cause of cancer deaths in Nevada. Despite years of progress in screening and medical advances, lung cancer continues to be the leading cause of cancer death among Nevadans – and across the U.S. This year it’s estimated that 2,030 Nevadans will have been diagnosed with lung cancer and close to 1,170 people will die of the disease. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and an opportunity to educate the community about screening for lung cancer and how to reduce the risk for getting the disease.
April 15, 2022 Booster Bulletin
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The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News We’re committed to sharing news and information from local and national media about COVID-19, available vaccines, and immunization-related topics. Each week we’ll continue to review clips from across the U.S., from various news outlets and platforms, and bring you ten timely and relevant links.