Summit Community Care Clinic partnership with public health, school district helps teachers get vaccinated

Mar 29, 2021 -- Posted by : admin

After the COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru event Saturday, Feb. 27, Summit County officials expect to have vaccinated nearly all of the local educator population.

While public health officials played a role in getting that effort off the ground, the Summit Community Care Clinic was the major provider for the county’s educators and child care workers.

The nonprofit already operates four school-based health clinics across Summit School District. That partnership meant it was easy for the clinic to volunteer to be the district’s provider for vaccines, Care Clinic CEO Helen Royal said.

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