Coyotes open salon to guests infected with the flu article Posted November 06, 2018 07:31:03 Coyotes open a salons for people with flu-like symptoms to help ease the flu season.
The team said Friday that the Coyotes are offering free flu vaccinations to anyone who shows up for a free clinic scheduled to open at the team’s Bayshore Resort and Casino.
The Coyotes opened salons last season for people who showed up for free flu screenings.
They’ve expanded the program in recent months.
The goal is to have a salon open for a minimum of three days.
The Coyotes also have clinics at other Coyotes venues.
The teams goal is not to turn people away.
“It’s really about having a fun time and having a great time with your family and friends,” Coyotes executive vice president and chief medical officer John Davidson said Friday.
“So many people have told us that it was a great experience and a great chance to meet new people.
We’re really just trying to make sure it’s a fun, family-friendly environment.”
The Coyotes also are offering $100 vouchers for a flu shot and $50 vouchers for an X-ray.
Anyone who does not get the flu shot, gets an X in the front of their wallet and has an X tattoo on their arm is eligible to get the vaccine.
The other clinics are at the Las Vegas Metro Health and Health Care Complex, Bayside Resort and Garden, the Rose Bowl, the Arizona Diamondbacks stadium and other Phoenix locations.