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ADPH to conduct COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Baldwin County

(WPMI) ADPH to conduct COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Baldwin County
(WPMI) ADPH to conduct COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Baldwin County

The Alabama Department of Public Health will be conducting COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Baldwin County.

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The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency (BCEMA), and the City of Daphne are working together to provide COVID-19 vaccination clinics. The vaccination clinics will be held at the Daphne Civic Center located at 2603 US Hwy 98 Daphne, AL 36526. There is no charge for the vaccine. There is no appointment needed.

This clinic is for all healthcare workers, people 75 years or older, first responders, including law enforcement and firefighters only. There will be no appointments taken for this clinic. Please DO NOT CALL the City of Daphne, the Daphne Civic Center or BCEMA. Information about vaccinations is managed by ADPH, the lead agency for this vaccine initiative. BCEMA, the City of Daphne, along with local volunteers will work together to provide logistical support and the facility for these clinics. Please see the following chart for detailed dates and times of the mass vaccination clinic.

Those who received their first dose of vaccine through the Baldwin County Health Department (BCHD) located in Robertsdale will be contacted by BCHD about their second dose of the vaccine.

For more information, contact Jenni Guerry, Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency at jguerry@baldwincountyal.gov or (251) 972-6809.