Wichita, Kansas 2022-05-21 19:51:31 –
Sedgwick County, Kansas (KSNW) —According to a news release from the Sedgwick County Health Department (SCHD), some children will soon be able to receive COVID-19 booster shots.
According to a news release, SCHD will provide vaccine boosters to children ages 5-11 who completed their primary vaccination series at least five months ago.
“We continue to emphasize the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine to everyone over the age of 5, including booster shots,” said Adrienne Byrne, director of SCHD. “Vaccination is the best defense to save lives and prevent the spread of COVID-19.”
SCHD offers Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines free of charge. Mobile vaccination clinic The entire county. No reservation required. We also book uninsured people and children of CHIP or Medicaid / KanCare and call 316-660-7300 at the main clinic at 2716W.Central to provide vaccines.
Parents’ consent is required for people under the age of 18 to be vaccinated.
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