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Back-to-School Drive-Thru Clinic for 7th – 12th Grade Students
Back-to-School Drive-Thru Clinic for 7th – 12th Grade Students
T.J. Dorsey
Thursday, August 06, 2020

Date: August 5, 2020 

Clermont County Public Health

 Back-to-School Drive-Thru Clinic for 7th – 12th Grade Students 

Clermont County Public Health (CCPH) will be holding a drive-thru back-to-school vaccination clinic for 7th - 12th grade students on August 29, 2020. Clinic hours will be 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. The clinic will be in the parking lot of the Clermont County Family Support Center, located at 2400 Clermont Center Drive, Batavia, OH, 45103. 

Parents/legal guardians must register their student to attend the clinic. Students who are not registered will not be seen on the day of the clinic. To register, parents/legal guardians may call CCPH at (513) 735- 8400, or visit https://bit.ly/BTSclinic20. Parents/legal guardians preregistering online will receive a follow up phone call from CCPH staff to confirm their registration and obtain additional information about the clinic. Deadline to register is August 21, 2020. 

Vaccinations offered at this clinic will be limited to Tdap and Meningococcal (MCV4) vaccine to ensure that 7th - 12th grade students have required vaccinations to attend school. Younger students and those needing additional vaccinations should visit their health care provider, or may schedule an appointment to be seen at CCPH by calling (513) 735-8400. 

Schools are encouraged to share information about the drive-thru clinic with students, parents and caregivers. Attached are a flyer and postcard which can be printed or shared via electronic media. For questions or additional information please call CCPH at (513) 735-8400. Thank you for your partnership in protecting the health of students in Clermont County.