Clinton County Health District’s drive-thru vaxx clinics continue


Bret Lunsford of the Wilmington area participates in the drive-thru vaccination clinic.


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Clinton County Chief Deputy Brian Prickett gives a passenger at this week’s drive-thru vaccination clinic a dog treat while its owner gets vaccinated. Sheriff deputies and others help navigate motorists through the drive-thru process at the parking lot outside Expo Hall on the fairgrounds.


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Carolyn Lunsford rolls up her sleeve Wednesday afternoon at the second in a series of weekly drive-thru vaccination clinics being held by the Clinton County Health Department. She received injections against both COVID and the flu, one in each arm. The clinics are held near Expo Hall at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The other drive-thru clinic dates, for which you should pre-register, are next Tuesday, Oct. 4; Wednesday, Oct. 12; Wednesday, Oct. 19; and Tuesday, Oct. 25.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

WILMINGTON — Other drive-thru vaccination clinic dates, for which you should pre-register, are Tuesday, Oct. 4; Wednesday, Oct. 12; Wednesday, Oct. 19; and Tuesday, Oct. 25. COVID and influenza vaccines are both offered.

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Bret Lunsford of the Wilmington area participates in the drive-thru vaccination clinic.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_guy_smiling_c.jpgBret Lunsford of the Wilmington area participates in the drive-thru vaccination clinic. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Clinton County Chief Deputy Brian Prickett gives a passenger at this week’s drive-thru vaccination clinic a dog treat while its owner gets vaccinated. Sheriff deputies and others help navigate motorists through the drive-thru process at the parking lot outside Expo Hall on the fairgrounds.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_dog-and-cop.jpegClinton County Chief Deputy Brian Prickett gives a passenger at this week’s drive-thru vaccination clinic a dog treat while its owner gets vaccinated. Sheriff deputies and others help navigate motorists through the drive-thru process at the parking lot outside Expo Hall on the fairgrounds. Submitted photo

Carolyn Lunsford rolls up her sleeve Wednesday afternoon at the second in a series of weekly drive-thru vaccination clinics being held by the Clinton County Health Department. She received injections against both COVID and the flu, one in each arm. The clinics are held near Expo Hall at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The other drive-thru clinic dates, for which you should pre-register, are next Tuesday, Oct. 4; Wednesday, Oct. 12; Wednesday, Oct. 19; and Tuesday, Oct. 25.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/09/web1_waiting_c.jpgCarolyn Lunsford rolls up her sleeve Wednesday afternoon at the second in a series of weekly drive-thru vaccination clinics being held by the Clinton County Health Department. She received injections against both COVID and the flu, one in each arm. The clinics are held near Expo Hall at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The other drive-thru clinic dates, for which you should pre-register, are next Tuesday, Oct. 4; Wednesday, Oct. 12; Wednesday, Oct. 19; and Tuesday, Oct. 25. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal