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Cardinal Stadium hosting massive job fair this week

In need of a new position? Cardinal Stadium is hosting a job fair this week. On Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Brown & Williamson Club at Cardinal Stadium will hold a job fair with dozens of local employers on-site. Sign up for our Newsletters

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Cardinal Stadium hosting massive job fair this week

Vaccine distribution shifts from large sites to community clinics

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A change in COVID-19 vaccine distribution anticipated by public health workers is now in full swing. Gone are mass vaccine sites, like those at Cardinal Stadium and Broadbent Arena, and here to stay are the places that have already been offering up healthcare for years.

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Vaccine distribution shifts from large sites to community clinics

Cardinal Stadium mass vaccination site will be closing soon

Louisville health officials have ann0unced when it will close the mass vaccination site at Cardinal Stadium. Watch coverage from when it opened in the player above. Sign up for our Newsletters During a Tuesday meeting, health officials said the site will close on May 28.The site was only ever supposed to be open for seven weeks.

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Cardinal Stadium mass vaccination site will be closing soon

UofL to host 3 graduation ceremonies

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – Graduates from 2020 and 2021 are expected to walk across the stage as the University of Louisville hosts graduation ceremonies.The three graduations will take place outside at Cardinal Stadium.More than 2,300 graduates will be getting their diplomas this weekend.

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UofL to host 3 graduation ceremonies

As efforts hit wall, UofL doctor on front lines pleads for people to get educated, vaccinated

As the number of people looking to get vaccinated decreases, sites like UofL Health's Cardinal Stadium mass vaccination drive-thru lot haven't been seeing much traffic.It's the primarily empty lots that are causing concern among health officials, especially those who were on the front lines of the pandemic when it began, like Dr. Valerie Briones-Pryor.

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As efforts hit wall, UofL doctor on front lines pleads for people to get educated, vaccinated