Updated, 4:45 p.m. Friday:

WENATCHEE — Safeway Pharmacy in Wenatchee was able to use all 60 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine before they went to waste, according to Tairsa Cate Worman, a Safeway spokesperson.

Anyone still looking for COVID-19 vaccinations can do so on April 15 when eligibility officially opens up to everyone 16 and older at mhealthcheckin.com to book an appointment at Safeway or Albertsons Pharmacy, Worman said. 

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Safeway Pharmacy looks for anyone 18 and older to receive 60 COVID-19 vaccines by 7 p.m.

The Safeway pharmacy in Wenatchee, 501 N. Miller, is looking for 60 people, anyone 18 and older, to come down and get vaccinated with the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine by 7 p.m.

An issue arose with one of the refrigerators that store the vaccines, and now the pharmacy has until 7 p.m. before 60 doses go to waste, according to Tairsa Cate Worman, a Safeway public affairs manager.

No appointment is required, only some basic identification and to fill out some paperwork, said Worman.

Oscar Rodriguez: 665-1179

rodriguez@wenatcheeworld.com