Caring Vans Hit The Streets After Stopping For COVID-19


Tuesday, August 11th 2020, 6:43 pm
By: Erica Rankin


The Caring Vans were out for the first time since March when they had to put things on hold for the pandemic. But now things are back in full swing as they have started providing immunizations that Oklahoma law requires for enrollment to schools and child care facilities.

“It is so important,” said Andrea Oguinn, the Caring Vans Foundation Specialist. “We hope to help people in the community, moms and dads, we hope to provide a good service to vaccinate kids and to keep them healthy."

Oguinn said they offer these services at no charge for kids six weeks old to 18 years old.

"We provide the vaccinations for parents in the community who don’t have insurance,” said Oguinn. “So, that is one of our main things we do that we provide for the community."

If you weren’t able to make it to a van Tuesday they will be around for the rest of the week at the following locations:

Caring Vans Table