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2 Super Shot clinics close

Two Super Shot locations have closed, including the South Central clinic at the United Hispanics Americans Center, 2424 Fairfield Ave., and the Denise Smith, DO, St. Joseph Medical Group clinic at 1211 W. State Blvd.

There are no immediate plans to reopen clinics in those two areas, said Kelly Zachrich, executive director of the Super Shot program.

The two closings leave eight locations throughout Allen County where children’s vaccines are available. The clinics do not charge for vaccines, but there is an $8 administrative fee.

For information on Super Shot clinics and locations, call 424-SHOT or go to

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