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Measles vaccination clinic opens in Montgomery County

MONTGOMERY COUNTY — Following the first confirmed case of measles in Montgomery County since 2005, health officials are now offering a walk-in vaccination clinic.

Dayton & Montgomery County Public Health is now offering measles vaccinations at the Public Health Clinic on the third floor of the Reibold Building, 117 S. Main St.

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The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., according to a social media post.

Those who are interested in getting a vaccination do not need to schedule an appointment.

If you come in for a vaccination, bring your ID and insurance card.

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Vaccines are also available for those who don’t have insurance, according to the social media post.

Children must be at least 12 months or older and with a parent or guardian to receive a vaccination.

For more information call (937) 225-5700.

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