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Framingham High School has partnered with MetroWest Pharmacy and the Framingham Coronavirus Community Outreach group to host a trio of vaccine clinics.

The clinics are open to any Framingham High student wanting their 1st or 2nd doses or booster.

According to Director of Health and Wellness Judith Styer, “We’ve heard from our students that they would like the convenience of getting the COVID vaccine at school. We are very happy to partner with Metrowest Pharmacy to make this happen!”

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The clinics will be held:

– February 14 (Monday) from 9 to 10:15 a.m.
– February 16 (Wednesday) from 9 to 10:15 a.m.
– February 18 (Friday) from 9 to 10:15 a.m.

Students will be called to the cafeteria on the day of the clinic.

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“We are so proud of the students advocating for accessible vaccines,” said MetroWest Pharmacy owner Shivang Patel. “MetroWestPharmacy strives to answer the needs of our community. If students want vaccines, then we will bring the vaccines to them. We thank the Framingham schools for the continued partnership.”

Students can register online. Students also have the option of printing and completing the consent form and bringing it with them to the clinic.

To register online:

To print the consent form:

The vaccine is free and does not require insurance, proof of status, or identification. Students should bring their vaccination cards if they are receiving their second dose or booster.

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