Washington County’s mobile vaccine clinic will hold three school-based vaccination clinics which will include vaccines for students in the newly eligible age bracket of five to 11 years old in western Washington County this week.
After waiting for child-sized needles, Washington County began offering the new pediatric-sized Pfizer doses Tuesday, November 9 at their mobile clinics dotted throughout the county and at local school district clinics.
“Due to the nature of a walk-in clinic, we must adhere to the advertised schedule and may not be able to accommodate everyone who shows up for a shot. Thank you for understanding,” the county said on their vaccine information webpage.
At the Banks Middle School, a clinic—listed as a closed event on the county’s website—will be held from 2 to 7 . . .
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