Gene Dziak, Director of the Wyoming County Emergency Management Agency (EMA), thanked the club at its Jun 17 meeting for everything Rotary did to support the Wyoming County COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Approximately 1,000 people were vaccinated by the Wyoming County clinics.

Gene Dziak
Gene indicated that he is not yet sure whether there will be more clinics.  They canceled the Sat clinic at the High School, since only 21 people signed-up to be vaccinated by Tyler Hospital staff.  The registered individuals were redirected to Tyler Hospital to get their shots.
Approximately 51% of Wyoming County residents have been vaccinated at the Wyoming County and surrounding County COVID-19 vaccination clinics.  The incidence of COVID-19 cases is declining in Wyoming County.
Gene commented that Rotary orchestrating the volunteers was a great help and a big asset to Wyoming County.  He also indicated that he might be coming back to the club for help with any future vaccination clinics or other EMA endeavors.
Pres. Terri summarized that 130 slots were filled with volunteers to the support the vaccine clinics.

L to R:  Tunkhannock Rotary COVID Clinic Volunteer Committee: Mary Tempest, Laura Charles, Chair Ann Way, Gene Dziak (EMA), Terri Detrick and Samantha Maruzzelli. Absent: Sue Kelly, Robin Rome and Elaine Walker.