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COVID-19 vaccination clinic opens for Lakewood High School students with special needs

A vaccination clinic opened at Lakewood High School on Sunday to give students ages 16 and up the COVID-19 vaccine.

News 12 Staff

Apr 11, 2021, 9:15 PM

Updated 1,136 days ago

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A vaccination clinic opened at Lakewood High School on Sunday to give students ages 16 and up the COVID-19 vaccine.
The clinic focused on serving students with special needs.
Parents lined up with their children Sunday morning long before the doors opened up at the clinic.
Lakewood parent Abraham Cohen says he was excited for his child to be vaccinated in hopes of returning to some normalcy.
"It's very important for children like my son, that are special needs, to be able to get the lessons that they get," Cohen says.
Starting on April 19, the vaccination clinic will be opened to all Lakewood students ages 16 and older.
School officials say at least 200 students have registered to get their shots.


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