WALK-IN COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINICS
Anyone who has decided they’ve waited long enough to get the COVID-19 vaccine can head to Grandview City Hall on Monday, January 31 or Tuesday, February 1. Jackson County Health Department will be vaccinating everyone over the age of five. These are walk-in clinics, so no registration is necessary.
People receiving a second vaccine dose or a booster need to bring their vaccine record card. All vaccine options are available for those over 17, however ages five and up must receive Pfizer. The shots are free. You do not have to be a Grandview resident to take advantage of the vaccination.
WHAT: Walk-in COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
WHEN: Monday, January 31 | 8am-Noon
Tuesday, February 1 | 3pm-6pm
WHERE: Grandview City Hall | 1200 Main Street
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