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Mount Nittany Vaccine Clinic for School Employees

As part of the National and Statewide effort to get staff Vaccinated to reopen Schools, a 4-day Vaccine Clinic kicked off Saturday at Mount Nittany Middle School. Hundreds of School Employees from Centre, Clinton and Clearfield Counties will be receiving COVID Vaccines in State College. The Central Intermediate Unit 10 Vaccination Clinic for area School Employees began Saturday at Mount Nittany Middle School. In partnership with AMI Expeditionary Healthcare and the State College Area School District, hundreds of School Employees from several nearby Counties will be able to get Vaccines.

CIU 10 Executive Director Dr. Francine Endler saying: “So, I think this is an opportunity, and we are honored to be partnering with all of our State agencies to give Education-related personnel an opportunity to get the Vaccine to increase the ability for Schools to operate with those in-person frameworks.”

Appointments are required for School Staff to get Vaccinated at this Clinic. SCASD Operations Director Randy Brown says this is a great opportunity for more District Employees to get a shot. Brown adding: “Many of our folks have already received a Vaccination through the various clinics in the community or their Medical Providers but over the next several days we’re going to have a lot…much larger number that receive the vaccination and we’re very excited about doing that.”

Clinics will be held this weekend at the Middle School, then on Monday and Tuesday, the Clinic will move up the street to the Panorama Village Administrative Center. The Clinics will run from 8-5 thru Tuesday.

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