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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Children ages 6 months and older have the green light to get a COVID-19 vaccine. So now it's time to get shots in arms.
Kids can get the vaccine at hospitals, clinics, community health centers and pharmacies.
Hayat Pharmacy in Milwaukee held a vaccine clinic at its Layton Avenue location Wednesday, June 22. Parents CBS 58 spoke to said they were excited they could finally get the youngest of their children vaccinated.
"We are very excited to get it, if we can protect our kids, why not? We should follow the science and get our vaccines," said Stacey Summers, parent.
Children ages three and older can go to the walk-in vaccine clinic, but for those ages 6 months to 2 years old, an appointment is required.
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