COVID vaccination clinics planned at Omaha metro high schools

(Undated) -- Omaha area health departments are joining forces to get old high school students COVID-19 vaccines.

The Douglas County and Sarpy/Cass health departments are partnering up to host vaccination clinics for area students ages 16 and older.

According to a press release from the Douglas County Health Department, the clinics will be held after school and over one weekend at nine area high schools. Health leaders say the Pfizer vaccination clinics will welcome walk-ins, but appointments can also be scheduled online here “to make the process easier.” According to the release, all clinics will pair with second-dose clinics three weeks later.

The health departments say students ages 16-18 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. Adult family members can also get their vaccinations at that time.

Clinics scheduled on weekdays will run 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. All other clinic hours are as noted on the following schedule provided by DCHD:

  • Tuesday, April 27
    • Millard North High School, 1010 S. 144th St.
    • Omaha South High School, 4519 S. 24th St
  • Wednesday, April 28
    • Millard North High School
  • Thursday, April 29
    • Omaha Benson High School, 5120 Maple St.
  • Saturday, May 1
    • Westside High School, 8701 Pacific St.
      • From 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Sunday, May 2
    • Omaha North High School, 4410 N. 36th St.
      • From 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • Monday, May 3
    • Creighton Prep High School, 7400 Western Ave.
    • Central High School, 124 N. 20th St.
  • Tuesday, May 4
    • Northwest High School, 8204 Crown Point Ave.
  • Thursday, May 6
    • Omaha Bryan High School, 4700 Giles Road

Anyone with questions can call the DCHD COVID-19 info line at 402-444-3400.

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