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Education, child-care workers offered two dedicated vaccine clinics

Clinics will be held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at the CLE's Heritage Building.

THUNDER BAY – Education and child-care workers will be getting priority access to a pair of special vaccination clinics next week.

Lakehead Public Schools on Thursday posted a notice to its website, announcing the Thunder Bay District Health Unit is offering dedicated clinics on Tuesday and Thursday at the CLE’s Heritage Building for those who work in child-care centres and for boards of education.

The clinics will offer booster doses to those who are eligible to receive one – as long as it’s at least 84 days since their second dose – and first and second doses to anyone in need of one.

Moderna’s SpikeVax vaccine will be provided to those 30 and older and the Pfizer Comirnaty vaccine will be given to those 18-29.

The clinics will run from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on each of the two days.

Appointments are required to attend the clinics and those interested can register ahead of time at

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