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Steuben County Mobile Vaccine Clinics
By: Sheila McCrea - Saturday, October 16, 2021

ANGOLA — Steuben County has been successfully operating mobile vaccine clinics, which began earlier this month.

The Steuben County Health Department has been setting up the clinics, using its mobile trailer to visit a variety of locations throughout the county.

The mobile clinics are providing all of the available vaccines for COVID-19, as well as flu shots.

Steuben County is also be offering third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to individuals who qualify.



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