Courtesy of dc.gov

D.C. residents can now schedule at-home coronavirus vaccinations, including for all family members 5 and older.

Residents can make appointments by calling 1-855-363-0333, city officials said.

Additionally, parents and their of-age children can all now get vaccinations and boosters at the city’s library walk-up sites and pop-up vaccine clinics, Mayor Muriel Bowser said.

Three new walk-up vaccination sites serving both adults and children opened Monday are:

– Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, 901 G Street NW.
– Petworth Library, 4200 Kansas Avenue NW.
– Woodbridge Library, 1801 Hamlin Street NE.

The Capitol View Library replaces the Benning Library as a vaccination site, WRC-TV (Channel 4) reported.

Two city-sponsored sites — the Columbia Heights Educational Campus and Fort Stanton Recreation Center — that are managed by Safeway will keep offering vaccinations only for those 12 and older, the mayor’s office said.

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This correspondent is a guest contributor to The Washington Informer.

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