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COVID-19 vaccine clinics coming to Lake Station

COVID-19 vaccine clinics coming to Lake Station

LAKE STATION — Two COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be held at Lake Station Thomas A. Edison Jr./Sr. High School next week. 

Both clinics will be from noon to 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday at 3304 Parkside Ave. in Lake Station by the west side parking lot (H-doors), according to a flyer from the school district. 

Appointments aren't necessary. People will have the choice between the Johnson & Johnson vaccine or the Pfizer vaccine, which received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration for people 16 and older Monday.  Pfizer is still available to children ages 12-15 through its emergency use authorization. 

The Pfizer vaccine requires two doses, and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine requires just one dose. 

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The flyer says both vaccines are free and are "fully tested and highly effective at preventing serious illness from COVID-19."

There are QR codes includes on the flyer for people to scan to access full fact sheets about each of the vaccines. 


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Education Reporter

AnnMarie Hilton is an education reporter for The Times. She grew up in a Chicago suburb and studied journalism at Northwestern University. Before coming to The Times, she worked as a business reporter in Wisconsin.

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