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Monroe to end drive-thru COVID testing, vaccination clinics to continue

Monroe’s two-week rolling COVID-19 case rate has dropped to an average of just over 1 new case per day.  The Monroe Health Department and Emergency Management team was able to incorporate Monroe students age 12 and over during last week’s vaccination clinic. 

The town is continuing vaccination clinics for adults 18 and over on Wednesdays.  Appointments may be made through VAMS, but are no longer necessary. Walk-ins are accepted from 9am to noon.  

Monroe will have a drive-through test clinic on Wednesday, from 10am to 2pm at the Stevenson Fire Station. Due to the significant reduction in demand for testing since mid-April, this will be the town's last scheduled drive-through test clinic. 

Testing continues to be offered at both urgent care centers in Monroe.

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