Vaccination and Testing Information


Public Health Services continues to make vaccinations widely available by walk-in or by appointment.

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COVID-19 is often spread by people who don’t even know they are sick. Protect your family, friends, and neighbors by getting tested.

People at higher risk, such as healthcare workers, first responders, people living with or caring for the elderly, and public workers, should get tested at least monthly.

Widespread testing provides a more accurate picture of where the virus is and how many cases are in our community. It also helps identify people without symptoms, to stop the spread quickly.

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