CHICAGO (CBS) — Starting this week, three Chicago Public Schools buildings will begin hosting vaccination centers, to help students and families get their shot.

The three school-based vaccination sites are open weekly for CPS students and their families, ages 12 and up. Appointments can be scheduled at cps.edu/vaccinations, and walk-ins are welcome.

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Chicago Vocational Career Academy in Avalon Park is open on Tuesdays, Theodore Roosevelt High School in Albamy Park is open on Wednesdays, and Michele Clark High School in Austin is open on Thursdays. The sites are open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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District officials said they will be able to administer up to 600 doses of vaccine per week.

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CPS plans to return to in-person classes for all students in the fall.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff