Spokane Public Schools holding student vaccine clinics at high schools this week

North Central High School
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SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Public Schools is holding vaccine clinics at several area high schools this week, where students 16 and older can get their shots.

SPS says it is still waiting on CDC approval before they vaccinate kids age 12–15, which on Monday was approved by the FDA. If approved before Friday, SPS will move forward with vaccinating younger people at the sites.

Clinics will be held at Lewis & Clark, Ferris, Rogers and North Central—you can find a full list of clinics on Facebook.

The district says they are planning future clinics at different schools in the following weeks.

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