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Another chance to get back to school shots

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - There are still several schools that have not begun their new school year yet. If your student is in one of those districts and is in need of their back to school shots there is a free shot clinic available. 

Pima County Health Department and the Golder Ranch Fire District are teaming up to host this clinic to help immunize students for the new school year.  This clinic will be at the Health Department's Catalina office (3535 E. Hawser Street) near Oracle, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  

Parents have the option of making an appointment before going, though walk-ins are taken as well.  The shots are free, regardless of whether the child is covered by insurance or not. 

Remember to bring the child's immunization record or health insurance information before heading to the clinic. 

For more information about Health Department clinic locations visit www.pima.gov/health

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