Page County rolls out a new vaccination plan including children age 5-11 11/10

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A news release from the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) announced that they and Dollar General Stores are offering vaccinations against COVID-19.

The clinics are for those 12 and over who have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccinations are also available for those seeking their second, third or booster shots.

The first clinic is tomorrow Nov. 10 at the Dollar General store at 502 W. Main St. in Stanley from 2 to 6 p.m..

More vaccination clinics will be added through Nov. 22 for the initial roll out this does not include 5 to 11 year old people.

However a Page County Public School (PCPS) social media post states that vaccinations for 5 to 11 year old people will take place Nov.15 at Page County High School from 4 to 7 p.m. with a second dose Dec. 6.

You can sign your child up here for the first dose and here for the second dose.

Vaccinations will be provided for 5 to 11 year old people at Luray High School on Nov. 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. the second dose is scheduled for Dec. 8.

Register your child for the Luray High School vaccinations here for the first dose and here for the second dose.

A parent or guardian must be with the child during the vaccination.

For more information on the vaccinations for anyone contact the Lord Fairfax Health District or consult your local health care provider.

Page County Schools do not require vaccinations to attend in person classes.

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LFHD opens more COVID-19 vaccination clinics

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The Lord Fairfax Health District and community partners are offering several opportunities for COVID-19 vaccinations.

Tomorrow May 11 at Frederick Douglass Park in Winchester from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..

Wed. May 12 at 15 Street gymnasium Front Royal from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m..

Thur. May 13 at Shenandoah County Fairgrounds Woodstock from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m..

These clinics are for the Moderna vaccine for first or second shots.

If you need the second dose you need to bring your vaccination card.

Walk ins are accepted at many clinics but appointments can assure availability.

You can check on availability at vaccineappointments.virginia.gov.

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Lord Fairfax Health District open vaccination clinics at public schools

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Skyline, Warren County High Schools and Clarke County High School have been selected as COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

The Lord Fairfax Health District opened these clinics to help with herd immunity.

The Pfizer vaccine could be approved for children 12 and over as early as next week.

With the Pfizer approval more schools are expected to open clinics for younger students.

These clinics are for students and their families only with no appointment necessary.

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More volunteers are needed for vaccination clinics

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More than half the work at the vaccination clinics in the Lord Fairfax Health District is being done by volunteers.

As business in regular clinics and operating rooms picks up more volunteers are needed.

Valley Health needs both clinical and non-clinical volunteers to help keep the vaccination clinics running.

Health professional and health care students are welcome to apply.

To become a volunteer email vaccinevolunteer@valleyhealthlink.com.

You can also go to the James R. Wilkins Athletics and Events Center at Shenandoah University, Winchester Medical Center Conference Center, the Luray VFW and Warren County Health and Human Services building.

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