CENTREVILLE, MI - About 300 people were served Wednesday at the Centerville Junior/Senior High School gymnasium with their first round of the COVID-19 vaccination.
Currently in Michigan, priority has been given to health care workers, first-responders and those age 65 and up.
Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency, with assistance from civilian and military health care workers, assisted those who had made an appointment for the first of two doses of the vaccination against COVID-19.
Those eligible received their first vaccination and were able to schedule a second dose.
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