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Voluntary vaccination clinics at Kearney High

The Two Rivers Public Health Department, in collaboration with Kearney Public Schools, will be...
The Two Rivers Public Health Department, in collaboration with Kearney Public Schools, will be making Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations available to the Kearney students and staff.(WBKO)
Updated: May. 7, 2021 at 11:47 AM CDT
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KEARNEY, Neb. (KSNB) - Voluntary vaccination clinics will take place in June on the Kearney High School campus.

The Two Rivers Public Health Department (TRPHD), in collaboration with Kearney Public Schools, will be making Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations available to the Kearney students and staff. 

Students must be 16 or older to qualify for this vaccine at this time. This vaccination is a two-dose series. The first dose will be offered June 8 through the TRPHD mobile clinic trailer located in the parking lot at Kearney High. An additional clinic will be held on June 29.

This vaccine is provided free of cost.

A letter from TRPHD was sent out to Kearney Public School parents alerting them of the upcoming clinics. In the letter, it included the federally mandated Vaccine Information Statement for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

To enroll for an COVID-19 vaccination, please complete the registration link at vaccinate.ne.gov.

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