CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia will have free vaccination clinics at state parks and forests through Memorial Day.
Currently, clinics are open at 10 sites, and that will expand to all parks and forests on Memorial Day weekend. Vaccines are available to guests, employees and families of employees.READ MORE: Police Investigate After Halloween Decorations Vandalized Over The Weekend
The clinics will be held outdoors. More details are available at wvstateparks.com.READ MORE: Multiple Firearms Found Among Passengers' Bags In Separate Incidents This Weekend At Pittsburgh International Airport
The sites that currently have clinics are Berkeley Springs State Park, Cedar Creek State Park, Chief Logan State Park, Coopers Rock State Forest, Greenbrier State Forest, Kanawha State Forest, Little Beaver State Park, Pipestem Resort State Park, Tu-Endie-Wei State Park and Tygart Lake State Park.
Gov. Jim Justice said clinics will also be set up at “high-traffic areas” such as fairs and festivals, church parking lots, sporting events, businesses and other places.MORE NEWS: National Aviary Closed This Sunday While Search For Steller’s Sea Eagle Kodiak Continues
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