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Superior middle, high schools offer onsite COVID-19 vaccines for students

Children must be age 12 and older and have written parent consent to receive the vaccine.

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Essentia Health registered nurse Sara Miller prepares COVID-19 vaccine at an East High School clinic Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021. Steve Kuchera / Duluth News Tribune
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Superior students age 12 and older can receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at school.

An onsite vaccine clinic will be held at Superior High School and Superior Middle School on Sept. 23, with the second dose being administered in both schools on Oct. 14. Students must have written parent consent to receive the vaccine.

The clinic is being presented by the School District of Superior, Douglas County Public Health and AMI Expeditionary Healthcare, the organization that is operating the vaccine clinic at the University of Wisconsin-Superior.

Anyone with questions can contact the SHS health office at 715-394-8720, the SMS health office at 715-394-8757 or Brynn Larrabee at 715-394-8700, ext. 10147.

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