DC closing walk-in COVID-19 vaccination sites –

DC closing walk-in COVID-19 vaccination sites – fr

Washington, DC, maire Muriel bowserMuriel Bowser Constitutional scholars say congressional proclamation could make DC a state Biden officials tout infrastructure program as talks drag on DC police, claiming possible scooter argument preceded filming MORE (D) said the city will close walk-in vaccination sites by the end of June.
Bowser issued a statement Wednesday announcing that vaccinations at Arena Stage will end on June 27, the RISE demonstration center will close on June 30, the UDC will close on June 24, and the Walter E. Washington Convention Center will close on June 20.


Additionally, Turkey Thicket Recreation Center and Kenilworth Recreation Center will cease serving as community vaccination sites on May 31.

Bowser added that residents can still get vaccinated at pharmacies, clinics and health care centers around the city.

DC earlier this month lifted its mask mandate for fully vaccinated people, following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The city has also lifted capacity restrictions on most businesses.


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