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Events

Sep
27
Las Vegas COVID-19 Vaccine & Testing Clinic

Sundays-Thursdays | 5:30-10:30pm | 12+ COVID-19 Vaccine & Testing Clinic | No appointment necessary

Clark County in partnership with the UNLV International Gaming Institute is hosting drive-thru a COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic for those 12+

UNLV International Gaming Institute Stan Fulton Building | 4505 S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89145

 

Sep
27
Las Vegas COVID-19

Every Friday & Monday | 6:30-8:30pm | 12+ COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic | No appointment necessary

The Southern Nevada Health District is hosting a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for those 12+ every Friday & Monday with their DMV After-Hours Vaccine Clinic Series

DMV Sahara | 2621 E. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Sep
27
Las Vegas COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Every Friday & Monday | 6:30-8:30pm | 12+ COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic | No appointment necessary

The Southern Nevada Health District is hosting a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for those 12+ every Friday & Monday with their DMV After-Hours Vaccine Clinic Series

DMV Decatur | 7170 North Decatur Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89131

Blog

September 23, 2021 Booster Bulletin
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The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News We’re committed to sharing news and information from local and national media about COVID-19, available vaccines, and immunization-related topics. Each week we’ll continue to review clips from across the U.S., from various news outlets and platforms, and bring you ten timely and relevant links.
We Can Protect Moms and Their Babies from COVID-19
pregnant women getting vaccine
I decided to become an obstetrician and gynecologist when I was in high school. This decision was largely motivated by a desire to provide excellent care to the women in our community because when I treat these patients I see my own sisters, my mother, my grandmother, and nieces. I give the care I would want my family to receive.
Keeping Schools Safely Open
This Opinion article originally appeared in The Nevada Independent on September 8, 2021