North Alabama Medical Center is bringing its COVID mobile vaccine clinics to Lauderdale County Schools. The clinics will be in the school parking lots--a drive-through service. There is no cost to parents.
The clinics will have the Pfizer vaccine available for students ages 12 and older. Children ages 15 and under need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian who will sign the consent form for them.
The first dose will be administered during the June clinics and the second shot three weeks after the first dose is received.
Click here to download or print a flyer detailing the locations of the COVID vaccine clinics at Lauderdale County Schools by North Alabama Medical Center.
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