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D.C. Department of Health Offers Back-To-School Immunization Clinics

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The District's Department of Health will host several vaccination clinics before the start of the school year. All public and private students are required to get certain vaccinations by September 8th.

Thursday, August 20, 2 pm-10 pm

Kelly Miller Middle School 301 49th St., NE, 20019

Ballou High School 3401 4th St., SE, 20032

Kramer Middle School 1700 Q St., SE, 20020

Coolidge High School 6315 5th St., NW, 20011

Friday, August 21, 9 am-7 pm

DOH Immunization Clinic 6323 Georgia Ave., NW, Suite 305

Saturday, August 22, 8 am-4 pm

Kelly Miller Middle School 301 49th St., NE, 20019

Ballou High School 3401 4th St., SE, 20032

Kramer Middle School 1700 Q St., SE, 20020

Coolidge High School 6315 5th St., NW, 20011

Free vaccines for the uninsured and under-insured D.C. residents can be obtained at the DOH express clinic.

*Audio to come.

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