Polk County Health says it is out of pediatric COVID-19 vaccine

It took a few days for the Polk County Department of Health to administer its 800 doses of the Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 vaccine. Polk County Health says that’s not a bad thing. “We are overwhelmed to see parents and guardians excited to see their children vaccinated,” said Nola Aigner Davis, Polk County Health Department. Aigner Davis says Polk County has received more than 15,000 pediatric COVID-19 vaccine doses. While county health is lacking, the childhood vaccine is available elsewhere. “There are pediatricians, there are general practitioners, family physicians who have vaccinations against COVID-19 for children 5 to 11 years old,” said Aigner Davis. We also contacted the Warren County Department of Environmental Health. There is no shortage of vaccines in pediatric COVID-19. That department gives kids vaccinations Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Time, not availability, is the problem. “It doesn’t work for everyone,” said Kate Honer, Warren County Environmental Health. Both health departments are happy that families understand the importance of vaccinating their children, 5 to 11. And will do what they can to help do that.

It took a few days for the Polk County Health Department to administer its 800 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 pediatric vaccine.

Polk County Health says that’s not a bad thing.

“We are overwhelmed to see parents and guardians excited to see their children vaccinated,” said Nola Aigner Davis, Polk County Department of Health.

Aigner Davis says Polk County has received more than 15,000 childhood doses of COVID-19 vaccine.

While county health is lacking, the pediatric vaccine is available elsewhere.

“There are pediatricians, there are general practitioners, family physicians who have vaccinations against COVID-19 for children 5 to 11 years old,” said Aigner Davis.

We also contacted the Warren County Media Health Department.

They do not lack a vaccine in pediatric COVID-19.

This department gives the children vaccinations on Tuesdays and Thursdays from the 14th to the 16th.

Time, not availability, is the problem.

“Those times may not work for everyone,” said Kate Honer, Warren County Environmental Health.

Both health departments are delighted that families understand the importance of vaccinating their children, 5 to 11 years old.

And will do what they can to help make that happen.

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