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Free immunization clinic at Micronesia Mall

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - With school right around the corner Public Health is holding a back to school immunization outreach.  Bring your kids to the Micronesia Mall's North Wing between 10am to noon tomorrow for all their necessary immunizations needed for school. 

You must bring your child's latest shot record. Public Health will be holding several more clinics like this.


 * July 22 – DPHSS Clinic in Mangilao, 8am– 11pm and 1pm– 4pm
 * July 25 – DPHSS Clinic in Mangilao, 8am– 11pm and 1pm– 4pm
 * July 26 – Toto Gardens from 10am to 12p or while supplies last
 * July 27 – DPHSS Clinic in Mangilao, 8am– 11pm and 1pm– 4pm
 * July 28 – DPHSS Clinic in Mangilao, 1pm– 4pm
 * July 29 – GHURA Housing in Agat from 10am to 12p or while supplies last
 * August 1 – DPHSS Clinic in Mangilao, 8am– 11pm and 1pm– 4pm
 * August 2 – Micronesia Mall, 10am to 2pmor while supplies last
 * August 3 – 12 (except the weekend) – DPHSS Clinic in Mangilao, 8am– 11pm and 1pm– 4pm

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