By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Getting a COVID-19 vaccination will be even easier than checking out a library book.

The Los Angeles County Library will soon offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics for everyone 12 years and older at 13 community libraries through Aug. 4. Each site will offer the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, and follow-up appointments for the second dose will be scheduled three weeks after the initial dose.

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The vaccines are free and appointments or health insurance are not required. Library officials say no one will be asked about their immigration status.

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The vaccines will be provided by the LA County Department of Public Health.

“Partnering with trusted community spaces such as our LA County Libraries will provide residents with a safe, familiar place to receive the vaccine, including residents living in our hardest-hit communities,” Dr. Barbara Ferrer, the county’s Director of Public Health, said in a statement.

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For the complete list of dates, times, and locations of each vaccine clinic, visit LACountyLibrary.org.