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Free vaccine clinic set for Thursday

Posted on June 8, 2021

Updated on June 9, 2021

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Drew C. Wilson | Restoration NewsMedia

MIDDLESEX — The Nash County Health Department will hold a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic from 4-6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at Samaria Baptist Church, 3752 Samaria Church Lane north of Middlesex.

Health department vaccinators will offer the Moderna vaccine to anyone 18 and older. The walk-in clinic will offer vaccinations on a first-come, first-served basis, with no need to schedule an appointment.

Vaccinations for children and youths ages 12-17 will be offered Friday, June 11 at the Nash County Health Department in Nashville. Call 252-462-2079 for appointments or more information.

As of June 1, county health officials reported that 34,454 Nash County residents — representing 36.5% of the county’s population — were fully vaccinated. 

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