By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Allegheny Health Network and Highmark Health are making sure that everyone has access to COVID-19 vaccinations, especially those in underserved neighborhoods.

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On Saturday, they brought the vaccine to the Thelma Lovette Y in the Hill District.

That clinic was open to anyone and had a pretty solid turnout.

Meanwhile, kids ages 12 and up were able to get vaccinated at the Imani Christian Academy.

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There, as an incentive, the first 50 people who got vaccinated were given $20.

We spoke with some people at the clinics on why they wanted to get vaccinated.

“With the delta variant, I think that’s what sealed the deal for me to get myself and my son protected because it does seem to be affecting children a lot more than it had been previously,” said Jennifer Dawson. “I thought it was important with schools opening back up, I had to do it to protect myself and my child.”

“It could’ve been more of a risk to get COVID if I didn’t get the vaccine, so I’m just happy I’m going to be safe and keep everyone else safe,” said Deston Hebbard, Jennifer’s son.

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Allegheny Health Network says so far it has administered more than 360,000 doses.