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Warwick Teacher Vaccination Clinics Start March 13

[CREDIT: Rob Borklowski] Warwick teacher vaccination clinics, including public, private parochial staff and licensed child care workers, starts March 13.

[CREDIT: Rob Borklowski] Warwick teacher vaccination clinics, including public, private parochial staff and licensed child care workers, starts March 13.
[CREDIT: Rob Borklowski] Warwick teacher vaccination clinics, including public, private parochial staff and licensed child care workers, starts March 13.
WARWICK, RI — The City of Warwick will begin Warwick teacher vaccination clinics for public, private and parochial schools, including staff, along with licensed child care workers, starting March 13.

All qualified eduational staff will be eligible to get the first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at Veterans Memorial Middle School from 1pm-4pm, according to Warwick Mayor Frank Picozzi’s office.

First dose vaccination clinics will be held March 13, 20, and 27, followed by second dose clinics on April 3, 10 and 17. There will be 420 doses available at each clinic, the Mayor’s office announced.

The city is working directly with schools and state licensed child care providers to sign up employees.

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