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County: Public Health hosting vaccination clinic Wednesday morning (Feb. 9)

KENOSHA Kenosha County Public Health will be hosting a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the ELCA Outreach Center ⏤ 6218 26th Ave. ⏤ tomorrow, Feb. 9. 

Planned for 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, the clinic not only offers residents a vaccination, but also a $25 Visa gift card while supplies lasts, according to a county release.

Vaccination clinic details

The clinic will offer first and second doses of vaccines to all people ages 5 and older. Booster doses will also be available for those 12 and older. People under 18 must be with a parent or guardian.

The clinic will offer all three varieties of the COVID-19 vaccine — Moderna, Pfizer and also Johnson & Johnson.

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Host organizations, Kenosha County Public Health and the Health Equity Task Force organized the Wednesday clinic. The group previously hosted a clinic over the weekend. 

The Health Equity Task Force currently works to provide communities of color with more equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination. 

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“Being a part of the Health Equity Task Force has been a really special experience, in that we’re able to get life-saving vaccines directly out into our communities, in our churches, grocery stores, and barbershops.”

Brandon Morris, Health Equity Task Force member

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