#HeyBangor, it's time to get vaxxed to the max!

Hard to believe it, but we are fast approaching the two-year mark of this pandemic, and as of right now, the Omicron variant of the virus has yet to peak, and there have been warnings that the next few weeks, in particular, could be difficult before it reaches its apex. People are still getting sick, so Bangor Public Health & Community Services are taking matters into their own hands starting today, and running for the next several weeks.

A "by appointment" booster clinic will be held a the Texas Avenue immunization clinic for five days in January and February. If you have yet to receive your initial COVID-19 vaccines, those will be also be made available to those who are interested.

The clinic will be open on the following dates & times:

Tuesday, January 18, 8 AM-3 PM
Friday, January 28, 8 AM-2 PM
Tuesday, February 1, 8 AM-4 PM
Friday, February 14, 8 AM-4 PM
Thursday, February 24, 8 AM-4 PM

Again, appointments are necessary. There is on-site registration. Insured individuals must show proof of their insurance, plus your vaccination card if you are getting the booster shot. There is no cost for those who are uninsured. They also ask that you wear a face mask when entering the building.

For more information, or to get yourself registered, just give Bangor Public Health & Community Services at 207-992-4548, and you can also send an e-mail to vaccines@bangormaine.gov

The Bangor Public Health & Community Services building is located at 103A Texas Avenue in Bangor.

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