County Considers Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for Senior Communities

Montgomery County health leaders are considering making some COVID-19 vaccination clinics mobile in an effort to accommodate senior citizen communities.

The county is currently in Phase 1A of vaccine distribution, and people who are 75-years-old and up will be included in Group 1B. Residents that are 65-years old and up are included in Phase 1C. County health officials say they plan on beginning vaccinating residents ages 65-years-old and up by February depending on the state’s allotment of vaccine doses.

During a virtual media briefing on Thursday, Montgomery County Office of Emergency Director Dr. Earl Stoddard detailed additional vaccination plans for local senior citizens.

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