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Are You An LAUSD Parent? Need A COVID-19 Shot? The District Is Opening 25 Vaccination Sites

Workers prepare a vaccination station at LAUSD's Panorama High School during a media tour of the campus on March 10, 2021. (Kyle Stokes/KPCC/LAist)
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Los Angeles Unified School District officials are planning to open two dozen additional on-campus locations for family members of LAUSD students to get their COVID-19 vaccinations.

Two weeks ago, the district announced plans for two on-campus vaccine clinics. On Monday, Beutner announced the program would expand to a total of 25 school sites, mostly in South L.A. and Eastside communities, plus a handful in the East San Fernando Valley.

Parents or family members hoping to schedule vaccine appointments can call the school district at (213) 328-3958.

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The first two clinics will open Tuesday at Washington Preparatory High School — near the 110 and 105 Freeways — and at Lincoln High School in Lincoln Heights.

Another clinic is scheduled to open on Friday at Gage Middle School in Huntington Park.


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