Volunteers prepare COVID-19 vaccinations at the TCHD clinic site in March 2021. Photo: Nick Sulzer // Buckrail

JACKSON, Wyo. — COVID-19 vaccine clinics will move back to the Teton County Health Department beginning Monday, Dec. 13, after roughly two months at the Presbyterian Church.

Clinics will also offer Pfizer booster shots to 16 and 17 year-olds following the FDA’s approval Dec. 9. Pfizer is the only vaccine currently approved as a booster for kids that age.

The COVID-19 clinics will serve anyone who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine and is interested in a first, second or booster dose. Mondays will be dedicated to children aged 5-11. Anyone 12 and older can schedule appointments Tuesday through Thursday.

“With the holidays right around the corner, getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is one of the  best ways to protect yourself and others,” the Health Department said in a press release.

Starting Monday, Dec. 13, the vaccine clinic schedule is as follows:

• Monday 3–6:45 p.m. (5-to-11-year olds only)
• Tuesday 10:30 a.m–1:30 p.m., 2:30-6:45 p.m. (12 years of age and up)
• Wednesday 8:30 a.m.–noon, 1–3:45 p.m. (12 years of age and up)
• Thursday 8:30 a.m.–noon, 1–3:45 pm (12 years of age and up)

The vaccine clinic will be closed for the holidays on December 23 and December 27 through December 30.

To book an appointment,  visit www.tetoncountywy.gov/covidvax. If you need assistance with booking a COVID-19 appointment, call 307-732-8628.

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Shannon is a Wyoming-raised writer and reporter. She just completed a master's in journalism from Boston University. Jackson shaped her into an outdoorswoman, but a love for language and the human condition compels her to write. She believes there's no story too small to tell nor adventure too small to take.