COVID-19 vaccine clinic held Wednesday evening at Maury High School

COVID-19 Vaccine

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A COVID-19 vaccine clinic was held Wednesday evening at Maury High School in Norfolk.

Roughly 80 to 100 people showed up.

As of Wednesday, the City of Norfolk had 117 new cases with six hospitalized and one death.

This week so far, Norfolk Public Schools has reported 23 positive student cases and two positive staff cases.

The clinic was held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at 322 Shirley Avenue in Norfolk.

People 12 years old and up received the Pfizer vaccine at the clinic. Minors needed to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Walk-ins were welcome.

Any Virginian who is eligible to be vaccinated is urged to visit or to get more information about vaccination, including vaccine locations in local communities across the commonwealth.

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