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The District will offer walk-up coronavirus vaccination clinics for seniors starting Monday, furthering its efforts to reach residents who have not yet signed up through the city’s preregistration portal.

The 10 vaccine clinics will administer either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, city health officials said in a news release, and will initially accommodate up to 30 walk-in appointments each day they are open. They are located at several city recreation centers as well as Arena Stage, Entertainment and Sports Arena and the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

The full list of locations and times these clinics are open is available here.

A clinic that will operate at the Bald Eagle Recreation Center on Wednesdays and Thursdays will be exclusively available to residents of Ward 7 and Ward 8, city officials said. But any resident who lives in these wards and is 18 or older can visit this clinic — not just seniors — underscoring the city’s focus on historically underserved neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River that have relatively low vaccine uptake.