Pike County Health Department to offer expanded immunization clinic hours

Pike County Health Department

PITTSFIELD Ill. — The Pike County Health Department is collaborating with the Adams County Health Department to offer expanded immunization clinic hours in Pike County.

The Pike County Health Department’s immunization clinic will be open on a walk-in basis Monday and Thursday from 1-5 p.m. The clinic offers all vaccines recommended by the CDC for children and adults. All available COVID-19 vaccines, including Moderna, Pfizer and Novavax, will be offered during immunization clinic hours for ages six months and up.

The immunization clinic accepts most insurances, Medicare A/B, Medicare Part D and Medicaid. It also has financial assistance programs to cover the costs of vaccines.

Children in school are required to be up to date on their vaccinations before Oct. 17.

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