COVID-19 vaccines will be offered at select Baltimore County high schools starting as early as Monday.

Baltimore County Public Schools said it and the Baltimore County Department of Health will offer COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine clinics for BCPS high school students aged 16 and older, their family members and interested school staff.

"It has been in the works for a while, and I have to give props to the Baltimore County Department of Health. They've been terrific partners throughout this whole thing. This is a joint effort of the Department of Health and Baltimore County Public Schools, and we're just very excited to be able to offer this opportunity," BCPS spokesman Charlie Herndon said.

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High schools with school-based wellness centers will start vaccine clinics as early as Monday, and other selected BCPS high schools will start as early as Wednesday.

Online registration will be required. There is no charge for the COVID-19 vaccine. Schools will provide their registration link, and families and staff can reach out to the school nurse with any questions. Read more at WBAL