CLARK COUNTY, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) -Healthcare workers in Clark County were lining up to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine today.
Dozens of vehicles were in and out at the Curtiss Fire Station. The drive-thru event was available for those eligible to receive the Moderna vaccine.
Clark County’s Emergency Management Director John Ross says the second dose of the vaccine will be distributed at the appropriate time for those receiving it today.
Ross said, “They’re being instructed that they’ll have to come back in 28 days and right now we’re planning on having a repeat of this clinic 28 days from now here at this clinic.”
For healthcare workers unable to make it today, there may be another opportunity next week.
Ross says there’s no timeline yet on when the general public can get vaccinated.
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