Mobile vaccination clinic

People line up Friday afternoon, April 30, in the Yachats Commons area directly behind City Hall to receive an initial Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination via a mobile clinic hosted by Samaritan Health Services. The SamCare Mobile Medicine unit is scheduled to host multiple vaccination clinics in the near future, including a second-dose clinic to serve as many as 90 people from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday in the same location for those who received their first vaccination at the April 30 mobile clinic. Though walk-ins will be welcomed at the event, it’s recommended to sign up beforehand at https://tinyurl.com/y5fwr783. (Photo by Michael Heinbach)

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