Good afternoon. I'm writing today to share that the Medina County Health Department will be holding a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Wadsworth High School on Tuesday, April 6 from 12:00-6:00 p.m. The clinic is for residents of the Wadsworth City School District, including students who are sixteen (16) years or older. There are a limited number of doses available for the clinic and pre-registration is required (see information below). The Department will be administering the Pfizer version of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Students who are sixteen (16) or seventeen (17) years old must be accompanied to the clinic by their parent/guardian. The health department is asking that those registered for the clinic bring a picture identification (student ID, license, etc.), and students will need to show a proof of age before receiving the vaccine (in addition to the form of picture identification if age is not listed on the picture identification).
To register for the event, click here. If you register using the ArmorVax app, use the code HQT-48V.
On April 6, recipients should enter through the main entrance of Wadsworth High School (Door 1, 625 Broad St.). Parking can be found in the main visitor lot in front of the high school, as well as the student parking lot (large lot that sits northeast of the high school main entrance). We ask that you do not park in the YMCA lot which is directly in front of their facility, or to the west side of the YMCA. Once inside the building you will be directed by the health department staff as to where you will go.
In addition to this clinic, the health department will administer the second dose (to those who receive the first dose on April 6) on April 28 and 29 at Wadsworth High School.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Medina County Health Department at (330) 723-9688 or me at 330-335-1300 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank the Medina County Health Department for making this opportunity available to our community.