Wyoming County sets COVID-19 vaccination clinics | Public Service News
Wyoming County sets COVID-19 vaccination clinics |  Public Service News

Wyoming County sets COVID-19 vaccination clinics | Public Service News

WARSAW – Several COVID-19 vaccination and booster clinics have been announced for Tuesday in Wyoming County.

The clinics will take place in the Wyoming County Health Department at 5362 Mungers Mill Rd.

They will provide the first doses and boosters for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines along with Pfizer’s first doses for 5 to 11 year olds.

The Moderna vaccines are for anyone who is at least 18 years old, county health officials said in a press release. The Pfizer vaccine is for anyone at least 5 years old.

Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who can give consent.

Anyone who needs a COVID-19 vaccine can book an appointment online www.wyomingco.net by selecting “COVID-19 Vaccination” in the “Quick Links” section.

He or she can also call the county’s response line at (585) 786-8911 to register or for more information on coronavirus vaccinations.

In the meantime:

n The Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce has received a very limited number of COVID-19 test kits for distribution to businesses.

There are 10 tests per. box, and only one box is given per. Corporation. The sets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Interested companies can send an e-mail to [email protected] to arrange for pickup.

If you have already sent an email, your sets are ready to be picked up.

n Libraries in Wyoming County have a limited supply of COVID-19 test kits and KN95 masks \ during normal business hours.

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