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Posted on: May 7, 2021

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Vaccine Community "Pop-Up" Clinic Schedule Released

ANNOUNCEMENT: COVID-19 VACCINE COMMUNITY "POP-UP" CLINIC SCHEDULE

In furthering our community outreach and enhancing access to our COVID-19 vaccination efforts, our Public Health team has worked with our local officials, community leaders and school leadership to develop a community vaccination "pop-up" schedule for the next month, bringing access to the COVID-19 vaccine to many of our communities and age eligible school students as well. Appointments are encouraged for each of the clinics to help ensure the best possibility of receiving the vaccine the recipient would like, walk-ins will be accepted based on the availability of the vaccine.

Updated 05/13/2021: Based on the updated FDA, CDC and NYS approvals, any of our "pop-up" clinics featuring the Pfizer vaccine, will be open to those ages 12 and over beginning today. NOTE: A Parent / Guardian must accompany anyone ages 12-16 with proof of age to allow for vaccination of those in the 12-16 age range.

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APPOINTMENTS ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED / FOR APPOINTMENTS AND INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH AT (518)746-2400.

Appointments are strongly encouraged for each of the clinics to help ensure the best possibility of receiving the vaccine the recipient would like, walk-ins will be accepted based on the availability of the vaccine. You can make an appointment for one of our "pop-up" clinics by calling our Washington County, NY Public Health Department at (518)746-2400.

On behalf of our entire Public Health team, we wish to extend our continued thanks to the members of the Washington County EMS Vaccination Team for their continued dedication and support of delivering vaccine to our communities, as well as the many community support partners throughout Washington County!

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