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Mustang school district hosts vaccination clinic for educators, staff

Mustang School Board member Todd Lovelace volunteers at the registration desk of a recent Mustang Public Schools COVID-19 vaccination clinic. [PHOTO PROVIDED]
Mustang School Board member Todd Lovelace volunteers at the registration desk of a recent Mustang Public Schools COVID-19 vaccination clinic. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

Mustang Public Schools recently partnered with Passport Health-Oklahoma and other Canadian County public schools to offer a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for educators and educational staff age 65 and older and their family members 65 and older who reside in their homes.

Mustang Schools hosted the clinic, which was open to individuals who met state criteria for Phase II and were employed by Mustang, Yukon, Piedmont or El Reno public schools.

“We are glad to be able to host this event, and help in the efforts to curb this global pandemic,” Mustang Superintendent Charles Bradley said. “We thank Passport Health, the other school districts, and all of our volunteers for making this possible.”

Mustang plans to host future clinics once Oklahoma opens additional phases of eligibility.

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<strong>An overview photo shows a recent COVID-19 vaccination clinic hosted at the Mustang High School Event Center. [PHOTO PROVIDED]</strong>

An overview photo shows a recent COVID-19 vaccination clinic hosted at the Mustang High School Event Center. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

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