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Sunnyside Community Services hosting vaccination clinic Feb. 13

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Feb. 9, 2024 By Ethan Marshall

The Sunnyside-based nonprofit Sunnyside Community Services will be holding a vaccination clinic Tuesday, Feb. 13 from noon to 2 p.m. This event comes in partnership with the Queens pharmacy Hopkins Drugs and Compounding.

Photo courtesy of Sunnyside Community Services

Photo courtesy of Sunnyside Community Services

People 12 years of age and older can receive their flu and COVID-19 booster shots at this pop-up event at Sunnyside Community Services, located at 43-31 39th St.

In order to receive the flu vaccination, insurance is required. However, this is not needed for scheduling a COVID-19 vaccination. Separate appointments are required for people who are interested in getting both vaccinations.

Advanced registration is required to schedule a vaccination appointment. Those interested can do so by clicking here.

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Atticus Finch

Hell0? Is anyone there? Covid vaccines? Really?

It appears no one learned anything the past three years, with the exception of Pfizer shareholders, who learned that the Sweet and Sour sniffles are a big moneymaker.

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