Health department COVID vaccination

The Dallas County Health Department held the COVID vaccine clinic at Wallace Community College Selma on Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. due to bad weather. 

Hundreds of Dallas County residents stood in line at Wallace Community College Selma on Thursday for the first vaccination clinic held by the Dallas County health department to give out the COVID-19 vaccine.

The health department let 10 residents in at a time to get the vaccine and many stood outside waiting their turn.

It was available for people 75 years or older, healthcare workers, law enforcement and firefighters with no appointment needed. Visit the health department website at https://go.usa.gov/xAEsb for dates, times and locations.

The next COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is set for Jan. 28 at Wallace Community College Selma.

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