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Graham County (AZ): Spots still available to receive COVID-19 vaccine

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SAFFORD – While some in other states attempt to bribe or lie their way to the front of the vaccine lines, that isn’t necessary for those in Arizona.

The state has opened its registration to receive a COVID-19 vaccine to anyone 16-years-old and up for the Pfizer vaccine, and anyone 18-years-old and up for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.

In Graham County, the Graham County Department of Health and Human Services has advised that there “are many appointments still available” to receive the Moderna vaccine.

Anyone 18-years-old and up may schedule an appointment at www.graham.az.gov.

The Graham County Health Department Vaccination Center is located in Downtown Safford at 627 W. Main St.

In addition to the Moderna vaccine, a vaccination clinic for the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine is also available to any Graham County resident who is 18-years-old or older. A vaccination clinic for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be held Friday, April 16. Register for an appointment at www.graham.az.gov.

For any additional questions contact the Graham County Department of Health and Human Services at 928-428-0110.

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Arizona, Graham County, COVID-10, vaccine, vaccination, infection, eligible, rural,

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