Ukiah High Wildcats Ages 16-18 Can Be Inoculated Against COVID-19 at District Hosted Vaccine Clinic


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Ukiah High Wildcats now have the opportunity to get vaccinated for COVID-19. On Saturday, May 1, 2021, Ukiah High will be hosting a vaccination clinic in hopes of getting the school’s sixteen to eighteen-year-old population vaccinated, though the focus will be on 12th graders. Students over sixteen can also get their household members over sixteen vaccinated at the school vaccination clinic. 

In order to make an appointment, students have to register themselves and their eligible household members through a google form sent to their email and attached to this article. Students who are eighteen can provide their own consent, but students who are sixteen to seventeen must get their guardians consent to get the vaccine. 

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