June 14, 2021
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Douglas County to change up schedule, offer additional late-afternoon COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Starting next week, Douglas County Unified Command will offer an additional late-afternoon COVID-19 vaccination clinic, according to a news release Friday.

With the schedule change, clinics will be available from 2-6 p.m. Tuesday, April 13/20; Wednesday, April 14/21; and Thursday, April 15/22 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, according to the release.

Registration for all clinics will be open to the public, and signup codes will be posted at ldchealth.org/COVIDVaccine and douglascountyks.org/Coronavirus. The codes will indicate whether appointments are for a first dose or second dose, according to the release.


Who can get the shots? “Pfizer vaccines are available for those 16 and older, and any future Moderna or Johnson & Johnson clinics are for those 18 and older. Anyone 16 or 17 should come to the appointment with a parent or guardian or have them available by phone to give permission.”

Anyone who has filled out the vaccine interest form will receive a notification about how to sign up for an appointment in the next two weeks; then the form will be discontinued, according to the release.

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