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    Nurse Brooke Payne, left, nurse practitioner Erica Burkhart, center, and nursing student Julia Kronstrand, right, comfort a nervous student Thursday at Connors Elementary School in Lewiston. Payne, a public health nurse with the Maine CDC and Burkhart, a volunteer, administered COVID-19 vaccines to students during the vaccine clinic at the school. Kronstrand, a junior at Oak Hill High School, is taking a nursing class at the Lewiston Regional Technical Center and was on hand to help with the clinic.

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    A mother holds her foster daughter's hand while the first-grade-student gets her COVID-19 vaccine from Celia Demos Thursday at Longely Elementary School.`

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    Jaxson Libby, 7, receives his COVID-19 vaccine from Celia Demos Thursday during a vaccine clinic at Longley Elementary School in Lewiston. The drive-up clinic is in place through Friday for students that are in quarantine and cannot get their vaccine from their respective elementary schools. Libby is a second-grader at the Margaret Murphy Center. "He had a close call once and needed to quarantine for ten days," said Libby's father, Justin Libby, top. "We wanted to get him vaccinated to be on the safe side," said Tiffanee Jones, Libby's mother. "That way we don't have to worry about it." Jaxon Libby's grandmother, Shari Allen, is at left. Demos is a nurse educator with the Maine CDC.

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    A student decides which sticker she would like after receiving her COVID-19 vaccine Thursday at Connors Elementary School in Lewiston.

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    Nurse Hannah Dexter gives a student a thumbs up Thursday during a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Connors Elementary School in Lewiston. Dexter, a public health nurse with the Maine CDC helped administer vaccines to students during the clinic.

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    Lewiston High School junior Destiney Graham talks with a young student Thursday before taking the student's temperature during the COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Connors Elementary School in Lewiston. Graham, a nursing student from the Lewiston Regional Technical Center, volunteered to help with the clinic.

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    Lewiston school Superintendent Jake Langlais receives his COVID-19 booster Thursday during the vaccine clinic at Connor's Elementary School in Lewiston. Langlais stopped in for his booster after delivering a cheesecake to the front office to say thank you to the nurses and office staff. Langlais had eight cheesecakes in the back of his car to deliver to each of the Lewiston schools. They were made by students from The Green Ladle.

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