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COVID-19 vaccine available for children under 5 at TCHC

Vaccines will only be administered at the Wadena Clinic

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WADENA — The COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for children ages 6 months to 5 years of age. Tri-County Health Care will now be offering Pfizer vaccine to children in this age group starting July 6.
Vaccines will only be administered at the Wadena Clinic. Appointments can be scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. No walk-ins will be accepted. Vaccination for this group will be free of charge.
Tri-County Health Care encourages parents to vaccinate their children as soon as possible. Children in this age bracket face unique mitigation challenges and often cannot wear a mask when in public. The vaccine will give them a much-needed layer of protection.
To make an appointment, please call 218-631-3510. Please follow Tri-County Health Care on social media for more updates.

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