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North Bergen offers COVID-19 vaccine clinics at schools

The offerings began in late September and will continue through mid-October

The first 18-month old was vaccinated against COVID-19 at a North Bergen Health Department clinic in June. Photo courtesy of Mayor Nicholas Sacco.

The North Bergen Board of Education, in partnership with the North Bergen Department of Health, is hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics at schools across the township.

The clinics run from 6 to 8 p.m. So far, the township has made opportunities to get vaccinated available at North Bergen High School and Lincoln School on Tuesday, September 27.

The township will be at Horace Mann School and Robert Fulton School on Wednesday, September 28. Horace Mann School is located at 1215 83rd Street and Robert Fulton School is located at 7407 Hudson Avenue.

The next opportunities for students to get vaccinated will be on Tuesday, October 11 at Franklin School at 5211 Columbia Avenue. After that, the clinics will head to Kennedy School at 1210 11th Street.

Clinics will provide the new bivalent booster shot, regular booster shot, and any dose of the COVID-19 vaccine requested. No appointment or insurance is needed.

For more information, contact the North Bergen Health Department by calling 201-424-0178 or 201-744-7520. Residents can also go online to northbergen.org or northbergen.k12.nj.us.

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