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This Thursday, August 19 from 6:30pm to 8pm, The Orpheum Theatre in partnership with Knox County Health Department and OSF Healthcare will host a public Moderna, Pfizer, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID vaccination clinic.

The Health Department will be administering the two dose Moderna (18 years of age and up) Pfizer (12 years of age and up) and the one dose Janssen (18 years of age and up) vaccine at the clinic. Pfizer Vaccine - Parents/Guardians are required and must accompany their child to the clinic. A parental consent must be signed before the vaccine can be given.

Dr. Robert Ayers, Occupational Health Physician from OSF, will be on-site to answer any questions patrons may have.

Masking is required at The Orpheum Theatre for this event. Fully vaccinated individuals accompanying others to the clinic must present their vaccination card to enter into the theatre and enjoy free popcorn and films on-screen. The Orpheum Theatre is located at 57 S. Kellogg Street in Downtown Galesburg. Any questions can be directed to The Orpheum Theatre at 309.342.2299 or

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