Longview ISD is partnering with All American Vaccine and St. Mary's Church to offer free COVID-19 vaccines to district students, Superintendent Dr. James Wilcox announced Monday.

District to offer free COVID-19 vaccines to students

Mon Apr 19, 2021

Dr-James-Wilcox-2020-MUGSHOTLongview ISD is partnering with All American Vaccine and St. Mary's Church to offer free COVID-19 vaccines to district students, Superintendent Dr. James Wilcox announced Monday.

The vaccines are set to be administered Tuesday, April 20 and Wednesday, April 21st on the campus of Longview High School.

Dr. Wilcox said families who are interested in signing their students up are encouraged to schedule their appointment at the website: AllAmericanVaccine.com

"These would be offered to Longview ISD students age 16 and up who wish to take the vaccine, free of charge, and totally voluntary," he added. "This is also open to the extended families of our students, provided they are over the age of 16-years-old.” 

For more information about this program, or to set up an appointment for your student's vaccine please visit AllAmericanVaccine.com 

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