Some Metro Omaha High School Students Roll Up Their Sleeves

The Douglas County Health Department, along with the Sarpy/Cass Health Department, has begun a series of vaccine clinics in Metro Omaha high schools beginning with Omaha South and Millard North.

“It felt pretty good getting my first one,” 17-year-old Brandi Mason told 6 News. “It felt like getting a shot at the doctor’s office.”

She received the vaccine at Millard North.

Brandi’s mother said it’s a relief to see her daughter get the shot. “We have a lot of members in our family who are very, high, high risk,” said Jennifer Mason. “If she were to get it and transfer it to them it could possibly kill them, and I don’t want to take that risk.”

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