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Almeida-Barros helps to bring MobileVax clinic to EHS

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The Everett Public Schools held a Covid-19 mobile vaccine clinic at Everett High School on Friday, May 21. Ward 5 School Committee member Marcony Almeida-Barros helped to bring the MobileVax clinic, a collaborative effort of Tufts Health Plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center to the schools. “It’s vital that our students get vaccinated, for their health and the wellbeing of their families, teachers and school staff. I’m happy that we are bringing a second vaccination bus coming on June 4, which will be free for students, families and Everett residents.”

The next vaccination bus will be located in the parking lot of the Allied Veterans Memorial Pool on 65 Elm Street across from Everett High School on Friday, June 4 from 9 am to 3 pm. The first clinic brought nearly 100 Everett High School students to get vaccinated.

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