The Cincinnati Museum Center is home to a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic

The Cincinnati Museum Center is home to a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic



a large building with the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal in the background: The Cincinnati Museum Center is home to a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic


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The Cincinnati Museum Center is home to a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic

The Cincinnati Museum Center is hosting a free pop-up Covid-19 vaccination clinic on Saturday.

The museum center is working with TriHealth to make the vaccine more accessible to the general public.

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The clinic provides the Pfizer vaccine. Children between the ages of 12 and 17 can also receive the vaccine. Individuals can schedule their second dose when they receive their first.

Video: Museum center distributes vaccines (WLWT Cincinnati)

Museum center distributes vaccines

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As an added incentive, organizers said every guest who receives their vaccine at the museum on Saturday will receive a free entry ticket. Guests don’t have to pay admission to museums to get their vaccine.

Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments can be made here.

The clinic is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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