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Register here for ALG’s April 17 Covid-19 vaccine clinic!

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After a year of social distancing and isolation, the end of the pandemic is in sight, thanks to the growing availability of highly effective vaccines.

For anyone who hasn’t yet been vaccinated, we have some great news: The African Leadership Group and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will host a Covid-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, April 17 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The clinic will beheld at ALG’s offices in Mountain View United Church, 10700 East Evans Avenue in Aurora.

Eight hundred first doses of the highly effective Moderna Covid-19 vaccine will be administered by trained professionals to anyone 18 or older who registers in advance.

Moderna is a two-dose vaccine, and the two shots are given four weeks apart.

Everyone who registers and receives the first dose will be scheduled at the clinic for second doses. The second-dose clinic will be held Saturday, May 15 also from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and also at ALG headquarters.

You can register here, or by aiming your phone camera at the QR code below.

Register here for ALG’s April 17 Covid-19 vaccine clinic!

Get your Covid-19 vaccine at ALG's Aurora offices on Saturday April 17! Details and registration link in this story

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