According to NBC4i, Columbus City Schools announced Tuesday it would be holding COVID-19 vaccine clinics for ages 5-11 at every district elementary school — about 70 of them.
A clinic offering the first dose of the vaccine is scheduled for the week of Dec. 13-17, with the second dose clinic set for the week of Jan. 3-7, 2022.
The school district is teaming up with Nationwide Children’s Hospital and Columbus Public Health to offer the vaccines.
Parents are required to fill out and return a consent form for their child no later than Dec. 7 if they wish to get their children vaccinated.
To read more about the clinics and to fill out the consent form, click here.
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