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Hundreds of appointments available ahead of last day of MU Health Care’s vaccine clinic


MU Health Care is set to host the third and final day of its vaccine clinic Sunday at Faurot Field.

As of Sunday morning, MU Health Care's website showed 554 available appointment times.

Those looking to get vaccinated do need to register through the website, however registration can be completed the same day as the vaccine appointment.

The clinic will use Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine, opening up vaccination to any Missouri resident 16 years or older.

MU Health Care said the clinic in total offered nearly seven thousand vaccine appointments to Missouri residents.

Those getting vaccinated at the event will return 21 days following their first dose, to receive their second dose at Faurot Field.

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  1. In my opinion, certainly unethical and possibly criminal, for an institution supposedly dedicated to health to encourage healthy people to participate in a medical experiment without clearly stating that’s what it is. Make no mistake, that is exactly what these vaccines are. They have NOT been approved by even the Pharma friendly FDA, just permission for use in emergency. They have been poorly tested for immediate efficacy and safety, and not tested at all for long term efficacy and safety. Before one can participate in a medical experiment, the law requires they be given a form showing possible consequences, and then signed by the participant. This is called “informed consent”. If there is one thing totally absent from this medical experiment its factual information.

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