New vaccination clinics opening for Wayne County seniors, stranded dog rescued from frozen Detroit River
Wayne County announced it will open several vaccination clinics for residents 65 and over.
Vaccination clinics will begin on Feb.23, according to Warren Evans, the district manager.
“I am delighted that Wayne County is now able to vaccinate seniors,” said Evans. “I know that everyone strives to get back to normal. Our team is working hard to ensure that all of our residents get their COVID shot as soon as the vaccine is available. “
The list of clinics and registration information can be found here.
Saturday evening is partly cloudy and cold. Temperatures will be in their teens and low 20s.
It gets really cold on Saturday evening. In light to partly cloudy skies, the temperatures drop to single-digit values.
You can find the full forecast here.
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