Gwinnett County Public Schools to host vaccination clinics

A registered nurse prepares a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine during a free vaccination event held at Discovery High School in Lawrenceville Aug. 18, 2021. Gwinnett County Public Schools is hosting several vaccination clinics in January 2022. (Alyssa Pointer/Atlanta Journal Constitution)

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A registered nurse prepares a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine during a free vaccination event held at Discovery High School in Lawrenceville Aug. 18, 2021. Gwinnett County Public Schools is hosting several vaccination clinics in January 2022. (Alyssa Pointer/Atlanta Journal Constitution)

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The clinics will have the Pfizer vaccine

Gwinnett County Public Schools will have several COVID-19 vaccination clinics this month.

The clinics are open to anyone 12 and older. Anyone younger than 18 must be with a parent or guardian to receive a shot. Appointments are not required.

The clinics will have the Pfizer vaccine, which requires two doses about three weeks apart. Clinicians will also administer booster shots to people who have been fully vaccinated for at least six months.

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The vaccines will be offered from 3 to 6 p.m. at the following sites:

  • Today, Berkmar High School and Duluth High School
  • Tuesday, Lanier High School and Norcross High School
  • Jan. 13, Parkview High School and Shiloh High School
  • Jan. 18, South Gwinnett High School