From churches to kickball leagues, Milwaukee will see its fair share of COVID-19 pop-up vaccine clinics this weekend.
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As Milwaukee County sees a rise in cases over the last two weeks, new vaccination clinics pop up around the city.
Residents in the 53206 and 53210 ZIP codes will be able to get vaccines at eight clinics over the next two months as part of a new effort to get doses into the community.
Dr. Griselle Torres, who worked in senior leadership for the Milwaukee Health Department, says: “I was told my appointment was up. That wasn’t a sufficient reason for me.”
Dr. Robert Fox, the founder of Shalem Healing, said the nonprofit clinic takes a holistic approach to health care by attempting to treat the cause rather than the symptom of health issues.