Iroquois County to hold COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Feb 4th

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WATSEKA – Iroquois County Public Health Department will be holding a COVID-19 vaccine clinic Feb 4th by a appointment only.

The clinic, which will be held at Iroquois Memorial Hospital, is by appointment only and includes anyone 65 years of age and older as part of Phase 1B of Illinois’ Mass Vaccination Plan.  Others included in Phase 1B include frontline workers including grocery store workers and other essential employees.

Those arriving at the site without scheduling an appointment will not be eligible to receive the vaccine. 

To reserve your time call the Iroquois County Public Health Department at 815-432-2483.

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