Cloverleaf is partnering with the Medina County Health Department to host a follow-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 5 to 7 p.m. Dec. 6 at Cloverleaf Elementary School. This clinic is open to students ages 5 and up, Cloverleaf staff and their families, and members of the public. There is no cost.
Individuals who received their first dose of a two-dose vaccine at our Nov. 15 clinic can receive their second dose conveniently on the Cloverleaf campus. Boosters also are available for those who are eligible.
Anyone wishing to receive the first dose of a two-dose vaccine at the Dec. 6 clinic is also welcome to attend. However, there are no additional clinics scheduled at Cloverleaf, so it will be necessary to visit another clinic or local provider for the second dose. A list of local clinics is available at www.MedinaHealth.org.
Please register for the clinic using the ArmorVax smartphone app or at www.ArmorVax.com. No code is needed to register. For help using ArmorVax, please visit the Medina County Health Department’s website at www.MedinaHealth.org.
Students ages 5 to 17 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to receive a vaccine. If your child is age 5 to 17 and receiving their first dose, please bring a birth certificate or photo I.D. for age verification. If those are unavailable, the health department can access the State of Ohio’s immunization registry for age verification. Parents with students ages 5 to 17 who are receiving their second dose only need to bring their child’s COVID-19 vaccination card.