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Back-to-school vaccination clinic set for this weekend

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): There’s a two-day back-to-school vaccination clinic being set up in Fort Wayne this weekend.

The clinic will be from 9am to 3pm Saturday and noon to 3pm Sunday at Super Shot’s Hobson Road location through a partnership with nonprofit group MDwise and the Indiana Department of Health, available to kids in grades K through 12 to get the vaccinations they need for daycare, school, and sports.

COVID-19 shots will also be available for kids 12 and up. The state says a third of Allen County students don’t have all of their required vaccinations.

The event is free, and advance registration is not required. Learn more here.

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Steven Brace August 26, 2021 at 8:47 am

Vaccines remain the best tool in preventing infections. They are generally safe with only very rare serious side effects. The FDA does extensive review and post marketing surveillance to make sure that nothing is missed during and after the approval process. The emergency use authorization of the coronavirus vaccines and the FDAs follow-up is a good example of the process. Currently however only one vaccine has been approved ( Pfizer ) for use in 16 year olds and up. Although all of the vaccines are being reviewed for risk vis benefit none but the Pfizer has completed the process to approval and then in only 16 year old and older. The risk benefit appears to be different depending on the age of the recipient and their basic health. Based on some of the reported heart complications in children it is a good idea to review with your physician if you should give your under 16 year old one of these none approved vaccines.

Rocky August 27, 2021 at 12:50 pm

This “Vaccine” doesn’t ever “Prevent” infection, it minimizes or eliminates symptoms. That’s why people with the “Vaccine” can spread the virus.

For Covid-19, this is not a “Vaccine” regardless of the FDA/CDC claim, this is a therapeutic. People may still have symptoms if they come in contact with the virus even after receiving the “vaccine”. Reducing symptoms can also be achieved with other treatments. But because of money, they needed to tell everyone they don’t work even though REAL doctor consistently prove otherwise. Perfect example: on Ramble website, Search: Fishers Indiana Doctor School Board. (YouTube censored this). This is one of many examples over the last Year.

Also, that’s why they don’t call the Flu shot a “Vaccine”…. Also why people are already needing a Booster shot for Covid.

Another false claim is that Natural immunity isn’t as good as the “vaccine”. But the conclusion of 15 independent studies say otherwise. I can post the sources.

Stop copy/paste crap from the CDC and Indiana Board of Health. Its exclusively about control.

Think for yourself and stop this group-think BS.

LOS August 26, 2021 at 1:26 pm

People can make there own decisions. Did u take the vaccine?. If so then why are you worried about others taking it. Mind your own business. Needs to be a correction in this article. Statement says vaccines they need for daycare, school, sports, implies they are required. Not true kids don’t have to be vaccinated to attend any of those.


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