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Moderna bivalent booster clinic at CHI St. Joseph's Community Health

This will be a drive-through clinic from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at the Community Health office parking lot.

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CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health will offer a booster shot clinic for those 18 and older who have received their primary series or boosters of COVID-19 vaccine more than 2 months ago.
This will be a drive-through clinic from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at the Community Health office parking lot. Pre-registration is required. For an appointment time, call 218-237-5464. Those without an appointment will be turned away.
This clinic will be for Moderna bivalent boosters only, which are only authorized for ages 18 and up.  
Multiple people can ride in one vehicle to receive a vaccine dose, but all names will need to be provided upon registering for the appointment.
Proof of previous COVID-19 vaccination is required at the clinic.
A limited amount of vaccine is available for this clinic. CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health will continue to announce more clinics as bivalent booster vaccine become available.
CHI St. Joseph’s Health Community Health is located at 1415 1st Street E, Park Rapids.

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