Thursday Evening, Osceola’s Mayor, Thomas Kedley sat for his first dose of the Maderna COVID-19 vaccination. Distributed through Clarke County Public Health, Kedley, who is also an educator, was able to schedule an appointment and receive the initial dose with ease. This dose prepares him for a second to be distributed after a 28-day waiting period.
“This is one of the easiest things you can do to help protect yourself and those you love from COVID-19,” said Kedley. “Quick, simple, and somewhat painless… this vaccine is going to help us all get back to life as normal.”
The video, shared by Kedley at the time of his vaccination, shows how quick and painless the procedure is. Clarke County Public Health has a schedule of vaccinations for citizens who meet the criteria within the various phases. To sign up, visit their Web site at https://clarkecountypublichealth.org.
For those who are 65 or older, vaccination distribution can be scheduled through the team at Clarke County Hospital. A waiting list has been set up there and can be accesses through the link below.
If you have questions or need additional information about the vaccination schedule or qualifications for the initial phases of distribution, please contact Clarke County Public Health through their Web site: https://clarkecountypublichealth.org, or by calling 641-342-3724
This article was first published on http://clarkecountylife.com.