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‘Plenty of openings’ allowing for walk-ins at Moniteau County vaccine clinic

Open appointments allowing for walk-ins at Moniteau County vaccine clinic.
Open appointments allowing for walk-ins at Moniteau County vaccine clinic.



According to the Moniteau County Health Center, as of 6 a.m., 545 of the 2,340 vaccine clinic's appointments have been filled.


The Moniteau County Health Center says open appointments are allowing for walk-ins at its vaccine clinics on Tuesday and Wednesday.

According to a Facebook post, the health center says it has "plenty of openings" for the mass vaccination clinics in California, Missouri.

The clinics will run Tuesday and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the United Church of Christ located at 101 North Oak Street.

The clinic says if you haven't registered or if you signed up through the state's Vaccine Navigator and haven't received an email invite, you may walk-in from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

"We are administering to the current phases/tiers," the Moniteau County Health Center said in a comment. "If we have no shows and there is vaccine drawn we will administer it to prevent wastage."

According to the post, the clinic will also assist with registration on site.

The clinic was originally scheduled to distribute the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine to those who got the first at the initial California clinic.

Any Missouri resident is welcome to attend.

Pettis County also has vaccination clinics running Tuesday and Wednesday at the State Fairgrounds in Sedalia.

You can find more information on vaccine clinics across the state here.

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