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Grand Forks Public Health to offer child vaccine Saturday, Dec. 4 at Grand Cities Mall

Free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is an age-appropriate dose for children ages 5-11

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A vial labeled with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is seen in this illustration picture taken March 19, 2021. Dado Ruvic / File / Reuters
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Grand Forks Public Health is offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children, ages 5-11, by appointment, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Grand Cities Mall.

The satellite COVID-19 vaccination clinic is also offering the vaccine for anyone 12 and older.

The clinic is set up to provide first or second doses of the vaccine, in addition to booster doses for anyone who is 18 and older.

The satellite clinic is located in the former Christian Bookshelf location, between Ace Hardware and Play It Again Sports, at the Grand Cities Mall, 1826 S. Washington St., Suite 7.

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, the only vaccine available for children ages 5-11, is an age-appropriate dose, Grand Forks Public Health officials said. Those who are 12 and older receive the adult dose.

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Grand Forks Public Health does not charge for vaccinations or collect insurance information.

For more information or to make an appointment, visit the Grand Forks Public Health website, www.grandforksgov.com/vaccine ; call Tiffany Boespflug at 701-787-8100; or send an email to GFHealth@grandforksgov.com .

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