Kzoo County expands vaccine clinics
Kalamazoo County’s Department of Health and Community Services (KCHCS) is expanding vaccine availability in an effort to get more people inoculated against COVID-19.
In a news release issued on Monday, KCHCS announced that it is expanding hours at its walk-in vaccine clinics. The clinic is now open Mondays through Thursdays from 9am to 3pm. KCHCS is located at 311 E. Alcott St.
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The shots are free, no ID is required, and patients can choose between the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
KCHCS is also providing vaccination appointments to people who are homebound or who have difficulty getting around without assistance. Availability is limited and interested people can schedule an appointment by calling (269) 373-5239.
Vaccines are available for anyone age 12 and up. So far, more than 57% of the Kalamazoo County population has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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