El sábado, la Iniciativa de Salud Latina de UVA realizará una feria de salud totalmente gratis y en español.
La feria está actualmente en la Iglesia de la Encarnación en Charlottesville de 10 a.m. a 3 p.m.
Los servicios incluyen exámenes de audición y visión, evaluación de la presión y diabetes, consultas médicas, vacunas contra la gripe y el nuevo booster contra el COVID-19, y más.
La feria también ofrecerá clases de mindfulness, zumba y yoga.
Para más información, visita la página de Facebook de la iniciativa aquí, o llama al 434-272-5910. Se habla español.
The UVA Latino Health Initiative is hosting a free health fair Saturday at The Church of the Incarnation in Charlottesville from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m..
The fair will offer hearing and vision exams, blood pressure and diabetes assessments, medical consultations, flu vaccines and the new COVID-19 booster, and more.
The fair will also host classes in mindfulness, zumba and yoga.
For more information, visit the initiative’s Facebook page here (in Spanish), or call 434-272-5910.
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