Beloit City Firefighters Successfully Complete First Vaccine Doses

The City of Beloit Fire Department says that they have gone through their supply of first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The department says they will resume in three weeks with second doses. Firefighters delivered vaccines as house calls, and also provided vaccines to members of Meals on Wheels, and Community Action. The department specifically thanks the emergency management coordinator Patti Miller, and deputy chief Joe Murray for all the work they did to get the vaccines distributed. More information is available on the City of Beloit Fire Department on Facebook.

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