Gov. McKee partners with URI to launch 12 on campus vaccination clinics

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NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (WLNE)- Gov. Dan McKee is teaming up with the University of Rhode Island to host 12 free vaccination clinics in August and September.

The clinics will be held throughout August and September on campus and will be available to students, faculty, staff, and family members.

“As we have said many times since vaccines became widely available, getting vaccinated is a safe and effective way to protect yourself, family members, colleagues and friends from becoming infected with COVID-19. In addition, we want to remind everyone that widespread vaccination among our community is the best way to ensure a comprehensive and dynamic in-person experience for everyone during the upcoming academic year,” said Ellen Reynolds, URI’s assistant vice president for health and wellness and director of Health Services.

The schedule for URI’s vaccination clinics can be found below:

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