Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. hosts community-based Conquer COVID-19 vaccination clinic

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee Health Services held a community-based "Conquer COVID-19" vaccination clinic on Saturday, April 24.

The event took place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday afternoon at the MLK Heritage Health Center.

Vaccinations were free and both the uninsured and those with insurance were welcome.

These vaccinations were for anyone 16 and older.

Chief Operating Officer of Milwaukee Health Services, Michele Le Bourgeois, stresses that everyone, whether they're in high school or 65 and older, should get vaccinated.

"A lot of kids are actually going back to school this coming Monday so if you have a teenager or want to get a Pfizer vaccine for your teenager, and as you probably heard the vaccination rate for 65 and up is 80-percent, so if you want it, get it. It is available" said Le Bourgeois.

Milwaukee Health Services plans to host similar community vaccinations in the future.



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