PITTSBURGH — Could the home of the Pittsburgh Pirates soon be used to administer the COVID-19 vaccine? It’s possible.
According to a spokesperson for the Pirates, the organization has been actively meeting with Allegheny Health Network and Highmark to prepare PNC Park to potentially be used as a COVID-19 vaccination center “in the near future.”
No specific timeline on when that could happen was released.
The Pittsburgh Pirates host the Chicago Cubs on April 8, but no fans will be allowed in attendance as of right now.
Read the full statement from a Pittsburgh Pirates spokesperson below: