Public Health and Human Services has hosted 60 immunization clinics

Sibley County Public Health and Human Services hosted its 60th immunization clinic last week, according Klea Rettmann,
Director of Sibley County Public Health and Human Services. The immunization clinics, which began Jan. 6, have ranged from 10 doses to 300 doses, she told County Commissioners April 13.
As of the April 13 board meeting, Sibley County’s Public Health Team had administered 2,959 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
She reported as of April 10, 4,593 Sibley County residents, or 39.1%, have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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