If you recall just a few weeks ago the Augusta Fire Department had to postpone scheduled Covid-19 vaccines due to a reduction in vaccine supply.

Previously the Augusta Fire Department was scheduled to off the Johnson & Johnson vaccine before the supply slated for the Augusta FD was re-routed to FEMA for their mobile units.

The Augusta Fire Department has now announce that they will be holding several different vaccination clinics beginning this week, all using the Moderna vaccine according to their Facebook page.

The current planned schedule is as follows:

Belgrade Community Center - Tuesday 4/27/21 6pm-9pm

Chelsea Elementary School - Thursday 4/29/21 5pm-9pm

Cony High School - Saturday 5/1/21 8am-5pm

If you would like to schedule a vaccine at one of these clinics, CLICK HERE.

You will be asked 3 questions when you register for your vaccine, you can follow the walk-thru on the Facebook post above for more detailed instructions.

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