Getting a boost, one year later


Tuesday, Dec. 21 was the first anniversary of the Clinton County Health District’s first COVID-19 vaccination, according to Health Commissioner Pam Walker-Bauer. WIC Director Renee Quallen was the first person vaccinated a year ago Dec. 21. And on Tuesday this week, she received her booster dose (shown). Giving the vaccination is Erin Mustard, one of the county’s public health nurses.

Tuesday, Dec. 21 was the first anniversary of the Clinton County Health District’s first COVID-19 vaccination, according to Health Commissioner Pam Walker-Bauer. WIC Director Renee Quallen was the first person vaccinated a year ago Dec. 21. And on Tuesday this week, she received her booster dose (shown). Giving the vaccination is Erin Mustard, one of the county’s public health nurses.


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Tuesday, Dec. 21 was the first anniversary of the Clinton County Health District’s first COVID-19 vaccination, according to Health Commissioner Pam Walker-Bauer. WIC Director Renee Quallen was the first person vaccinated a year ago Dec. 21. And on Tuesday this week, she received her booster dose (shown). Giving the vaccination is Erin Mustard, one of the county’s public health nurses.

Tuesday, Dec. 21 was the first anniversary of the Clinton County Health District’s first COVID-19 vaccination, according to Health Commissioner Pam Walker-Bauer. WIC Director Renee Quallen was the first person vaccinated a year ago Dec. 21. And on Tuesday this week, she received her booster dose (shown). Giving the vaccination is Erin Mustard, one of the county’s public health nurses.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/12/web1_Renee-Quallen-Booster-1-yr-anniversary-21-Dec-21.jpgTuesday, Dec. 21 was the first anniversary of the Clinton County Health District’s first COVID-19 vaccination, according to Health Commissioner Pam Walker-Bauer. WIC Director Renee Quallen was the first person vaccinated a year ago Dec. 21. And on Tuesday this week, she received her booster dose (shown). Giving the vaccination is Erin Mustard, one of the county’s public health nurses. Submitted photo