COVID Shots To Be Given To Truckers Near International Border

(Fargo, ND) — The North Dakota Health Department is taking the lead to help vaccinate truck drivers near the border with Canada. Nurses will be at a rest stop in Drayton and giving out about three-thousand shots. FEMA is paying for the clinic. The goal is to open up the border for better trade.

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