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COVID-19 vaccination, booster clinics at UW-River Falls open to community

RIVER FALLS – The University of Wisconsin-River Falls is partnering with Pierce County Public Health and Freeman Drug in River Falls to make free COVID-19 vaccines and boosters available to students, employees and community members.

The clinics will be held Jan. 13 and 27. See below regarding important details.

Pfizer booster, Thursday, Jan. 13, from 10 a.m.-noon, Falcon’s Nest, University Center – administered by Freeman Drug by appointment only.

To receive your booster, it must be five months (Pfizer), six months (Moderna), since completing your initial series, or two months (J& J) since receiving your first dose.

Booster doses do not have to match your primary series vaccine, it is ok to mix and match vaccines. Please bring your vaccine record card with you.

First and second dose recipients welcome. Individuals receiving their first dose of Pfizer are responsible for scheduling their second dose at another location (or with Freeman Drug).

Sign up (by appointment only, no walk-ins) at https://freemandrug. as.me/falcon. If there are no times listed at the link, all time

slots have been taken. To find other vaccine appointments, visit vaccines.gov.

Pfizer booster, Thursday, Jan. 27, from 10 a.m.-noon, Riverview Ballroom, University Center – administered by Freeman Drug by appointment only.

To receive your booster, it must be five months (Pfizer), six months (Moderna), since completing your initial series, or two months (J& J) since receiving your first dose.

Booster doses do not have to match your primary series vaccine, it is ok to mix and match vaccines. Please bring your vaccine record card with you.

First and second dose recipients are welcome. If you receive your first dose of Pfizer, you are responsible for scheduling your second dose at another location (or with Freeman Drug).

Sign up (by appointment only, no walk-ins) at https://freemandrug. as.me/falcon. If there are no times listed at the link, all time slots have been taken. To find other vaccine appointments, visit vaccines.gov.

Moderna and J& J boosters, Thursday, Jan. 27, from 14 p.m., Riverview Ballroom, University Center – administered by Pierce County Public Health by appointment only.

To receive your booster, it must be five months (Pfizer), six months (Moderna), since completing your initial series, or two months (J& J) since receiving your first dose.

Booster doses do not have to match your primary series vaccine, it is ok to mix and match vaccines. Please bring your vaccine record card with you.

First and second dose recipients are welcome. If you receive your first dose of Moderna, you are responsible for scheduling your second dose at another location (or with Pierce County Public Health).

Sign up (by appointment only, no walk-ins) at https://piercecountycovid19vaccine. as.me/UWRF. If there are no times listed at the link, all time slots have been taken. To find other vaccine appointments, visit vaccines.gov.

If questions, call Pierce County Public Health at 715-273-6755 or Freeman Drug at 715-307-9465.

Submitted by UW-River Falls

January 11, 2022