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Metz immunization clinic changing to Pfizer today, April 13

This morning, Tuesday, April 13,  as news broke of the CDC and FDA’s recommendation to pause the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, Walgreens and the City made the decision to switch today’s and tomorrow’s vaccination clinic to the Pfizer vaccine, according to Patty Prince, public information officer for the City of Manassas.

All appointments are still the same; however we ask today’s participants to please be patient as the nurses and staff make this switch, Prince said,

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