Muscogee (Creek) Nation holding mass COVID-19 vaccination event in Tulsa

Location open to all Oklahoma adults

TULSA, Okla. — Muscogee (Creek) Nation is one of Oklahoma’s Native American tribes looking to expand its supply of COVID-19 vaccines to more people.

The State of Oklahoma recently expanded its own vaccine eligibility to Oklahomans who are considered essential workers but has not yet opened it to Phase 4, which would include the rest of the population that hasn’t been included.

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The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Health is expanding its vaccine reach to all Oklahoma adults, planning a mass vaccination event for any residents 18 years and older with or without any tribe affiliation.

It will be held at Tulsa’s Expo Square on March 26 and 27 as a drive-through, first-dose-only event.

Anyone looking to get vaccinated at this event will have to book an appointment online by March 24. Sign up here.

This is not booked through the Oklahoma State Department of Health vaccine portal.

Find information on Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s COVID-19 response here.

Ryan Love, FOX23 News

Ryan Love is a Digital Content Producer for FOX23 News in Tulsa. A Detroit area native, Ryan joined FOX23 in June 2018 after graduating from Wayne State University with a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. Ryan handles day-to-day digital content and social media strategy for the station.

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