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Cranbury School set to host second vaccination clinic on April 27

Photo courtesy of Penn Medicine Princeton Health
Kayla Culbreath, seated, left, awaits a vaccine dose from Katherine Dombrowski (right), BSN, RN of Princeton Health Community Wellness and Engagement.

The Cranbury School will host its second vaccination clinic for teachers and staff this month as part of a partnership with Penn Medicine Princeton Health.

The vaccination clinic will take place on April 27 from 1-4 p.m. at the school located at 23 N. Main St.

Through a partnership with Penn Medicine Princeton Health, hospital personnel were on-site at Cranbury School to previously vaccinate teachers, staff and community members on March 30, according to the school district. A total of 264 vaccinations had been administered on site.

The district at that time also extended invitations to other districts based on the allotment of vaccines from Penn Medicine. Teachers and staff participated in the clinic from Princeton, Old Bridge, North Brunswick, Jamesburg and South Plainfield.

According to the district administration, with the remaining dose allotment in March, they also reached out to community members who were currently eligible to fill remaining appointments and had created a standby list to ensure no dose goes to waste.

This list included Cranbury residents who are teachers in other schools, Pomptonian and All Clean (contract service providers), Cranbury Police Department, Crossing Guards, Cranbury Fire Department, Town Hall (elections personnel), Four Seasons/Seniors, and other food service in Cranbury.

John Sullivan (center) shows his “I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine” sticker.
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