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COVID-19 vaccine clinics held at NH McDonald’s, schools in Dover

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Since the emergency approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as 5 years old, vaccination clinics have been established all over New Hampshire to assist with the administration of injections. Peter Napoli, the owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in the state, will host vaccination clinics at his Concord and Keene locations Monday and in Gorham on Tuesday. The clinics are for adults and children, and walk-ins are welcome. The New Hampshire mobile vaccination bus will be on site to administer the vaccines. “Most importantly, it’s a way for our crew and employees and their relatives who want to get vaccinated to have a kind of one-stop shop,” said Rachel Kaprielian. , from McDonald’s Corp. Nearly 500 children in Dover received the vaccine last week thanks to the Dover fire brigade. The department worked with the school district to run school-based vaccination clinics at one school per day, Tuesday through Friday, for all three elementary and middle schools. “So, if there’s a parent who takes their kids to CVS or Walgreens or anywhere to get their vaccinations, great,” said Dover Fire Chief Paul Haas. “If there are other parents who, because of work schedules or inability to just go out and do that, we wanted to bring it to them, so there was no reason they couldn’t get one if they wanted one.” The fire brigade will hold a second round of vaccination clinics three weeks after the first. A message will go to parents on Monday.McDonald’s Vaccine Clinics: 11am-1pm Monday, November 29McDonald’s317 Winchester St.Keene3-5pm Monday, November 29McDonald’s90 South Main St. Concord11am-1pm Tuesday, November 30McDonald’s214 Main St. Gorham

Since the emergency approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as 5 years old, vaccination clinics have sprung up around New Hampshire to help administer injections.

Peter Napoli, the owner of several McDonald’s restaurants in the state, will host vaccination clinics at its Concord and Keene sites on Monday and in Gorham on Tuesday.

The clinics are for adults and children, and walk-ins are welcome. The New Hampshire mobile vaccination bus will be on site to administer the vaccines.

“Most importantly, it’s a way for our crew and staff and their relatives who want to get vaccinated to have a kind of one-stop shop,” said Rachel Kaprielian of McDonald’s Corp.

Nearly 500 children in Dover received the vaccine last week thanks to the Dover fire brigade. The department worked with the school district to run school-based vaccination clinics at one school per day, Tuesday through Friday, for all three elementary and middle schools.

“So if there’s a parent who can get their kids to CVS or Walgreens or wherever to get their vaccinations, great,” said Dover Fire Chief Paul Haas. “If there are other parents who, because of work schedules or inability to just go out and do that, we wanted to bring it to them, so there was no reason they couldn’t get one if they wanted one.”

The Dover Fire Department will hold its second round of vaccination clinics three weeks after the first. A message will be sent to parents on Monday.

McDonald’s Vaccination Clinics:

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday 29 November
McDonald’s
317 Winchester Street.
Keene

3-5 pm Monday 29 November
McDonald’s
90 South Main Street.
Agreement

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov.
McDonald’s
214 Main Street
Gorham

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Aaron Cameron declared Tasman Series champion after dramatic no result at Bathurst – Highway F1

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Aaron Cameron declared Tasman Series champion after dramatic no result at Bathurst - Highway F1

Cameron was making his way through the field after a previous incident when he came into contact with Luis Leeds in pursuit, sending them both into the gravel at high speed.

The race was red flagged and Motorsport Australia declared that the race had reached the required distance to award championship points.

Cameron takes home $30,000 for taking home the title, while Roberto Merhi took $10,000 for second place plus $5,000 for top international.

Nathan Herne started the final feature race on pole position, with James Golding taking the lead from the start.

Championship leader Aaron Cameron stopped off the line and fell to the back of the pack as the pair of Team BRM teammates battled for second off the line.

Joey Mawson was fastest into the first corner, but ran wide through Hell Corner, with Roberto Merhi in second.

The frenetic running calmed down for a moment as the peloton raced over the top of the mountain, but the battle resumed on the fastest part of the track.

Nathan Herne thought twice about moving around Luis Leeds for sixth at the end of Conrod Straight, but recovered and sailed past Leeds from The Chase with Cameron close behind.

The Valvoline Team GRM charge through the pack quickly ended in tears, with Cameron Herne snapping in Hell Corner.

The pair spun into the gravel pit and pulled out the safety car.

All this in just two rounds.

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