Fair season is on the horizon but you can get more than your share of fair food at the Washington County Fairgrounds on July 9th. They have hosted many different events throughout the pandemic but now they will be a vaccine hub.

In an attempt to make it more convenient for those who haven't gotten vaccinated yet, The Washington County Fairgrounds will host a coronavirus vaccine clinic on Friday, July 9th from 4 to 7 pm according to News 10 ABC. They encourage you to make an appointment but walk-ins are welcome.

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The Washington County Fairgrounds won't just be giving out vaccines that day. They will also have their weekly Food Truck Friday event. You can enjoy various types of food before and after you get vaccinated. I wonder if they will be offering delicious Washington County Fair food. I think it would be amazing to get a vaccine and then a funnel cake or some deep fried Oreos. Maybe that's just me. There will also be live music.

The vaccine clinic will happen on Friday, July 9th from 4 pm to 7 pm and offer Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson shots available. The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for ages twelve and up and the Johnson & Johnson has been administered to those eighteen and older.

EMS vaccination team members will be administering the shots. Organizers say that this will be a great way to get as many people vaccinated before the Washington County Fair. The fair will run this year from August 23rd through the 29th.

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