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MA DPH, Fall River, Swansea, offering free jumping at trampoline park to those who get vaccinated



SWANSEA, Mass. (April 13, 2022) – Get Air Trampoline Park will host a free, family-friendly COVID-19 vaccine clinic on April 21, 22 and 23. As part of a special promotion, everyone who gets vaccinated at the clinic will receive one hour of free jumping. The clinic is a collaboration with United Way of Greater Fall River and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is free to everyone 5 and older. No ID or proof of health insurance is required.

The vaccination clinic will be held at 207 Swansea Mall Drive (parking lot) in Swansea from Thursday, April 21 through Saturday, April 23 from 2 to 8 p.m.

The event at Get Air Trampoline Park is one of several free, family-friendly clinics the Massachusetts Department of Public Health is co-hosting with community organizations across the Commonwealth during April School Vacation Week, April 18-24. By hosting the clinics at places like trampoline parks, zoos, bowling alleys, and even Six Flags amusement park, the focus is on meeting people where they are, and encouraging a family-friendly atmosphere in which to get vaccinated. A list of these special clinics can be found online at

“We are excited to partner with Mass. DPH, the city of Fall River and the United Way of Greater Fall River to bring this clinic to our families,” said Swansea Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein. “Working cohesively as a region to fight COVID-19 is critically important. Through engaging and exciting clinics and outreach events, we have a strong opportunity to get children and their families in Swansea and Fall River vaccinated against COVID-19.”

“Vaccination is our best bet to continue our communities’ fight against the COVID-19,” said Zackary Seabury, Swansea Board of Health Director. “We’re grateful and excited for the collaboration of so many organization to help coordinate this clinic for our communities’ children and families.”

“These vaccination clinics are a great resource for helping families gain access to the COVID-19 vaccine,” said Tess Curran, Fall River Director of Health and Human Services. “We appreciate Mass. DPH and our community partners for working with us to make these April School Vacation Week clinics possible.”

“Our communities have united to provide support and help throughout the pandemic,” said Fall River Mayor Paul Coogan. “Participating in vaccination clinics like this one organized with the help of Mass. DPH, the Town of Swansea and the United Way of Greater Fall River, is just another way for us to lend a hand and keep our neighbors safe.”

“We thank our many businesses and local partners for joining us in making vaccination available at these family-friendly locations,” said DPH Commissioner Margret Cooke. “These events are a convenient way for the whole family to get up to date on their COVID-19 vaccination – and have some fun at the same time.”

The clinics are part of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Vaccine Equity Initiative to increase awareness and access to the COVID-19 vaccine and mitigate the impacts of the pandemic. Get Air Trampoline Park is among many local partners working with the Vaccine Equity Initiative to help share information about the COVID-19 vaccine and increase access to vaccinations.

To date, more than 5.3 million people in Massachusetts are now fully vaccinated. COVID-19 vaccines and boosters have been rigorously tested and proven to be safe and effective by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, providing protection from the virus and preventing serious illness.

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