The Niagara County Department of Health is offering free rabies vaccines in a socially distanced way.

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The department will be offering a free rabies clinic, and you won't have to leave your car to get it.

“In order to maintain social distancing and manage crowds that would typically arrive at a rabies clinic, certain new protocols are being established to protect both the workers and the public from possible asymptomatic (infectious, yet symptom-free) persons."
-Scott Ecker, Associate Supervisory Public Health Sanitarian.  

The clinic will happen on November 14 from 9 a.m. until noon at the Niagara Falls Amtrak Station, at 825 Depot Avenue West.

You will need to pre-register to participate and appointments are limited. Registration begins today, November 9, at noon.

WGRZ reports you'll need the following to participate:

  •  A pre-registration form must be completed regarding your pet’s information
  •  Proof of prior vaccination must be provided via email to qualify for a 3-year vaccination (otherwise a 1-year vaccination certificate will be received).
  •  Persons arriving by vehicle shall remain in vehicle while awaiting direction.
  •  All persons must wear a facemask while at the clinic

To register call 716-439-7490.