UNION — The Maine Center for Disease Control announced that a COVID-19 vaccination clinic will be held in the restaurant building near the racetrack at the Union Fair, 110 Fairgrounds Lane, Thursday, Aug. 26, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This is a walk-in clinic, no appointments are necessary. No insurance is required to receive a vaccine.

Everyone 12 years of age and older can get a Pfizer shot, and adults 18 years and older can get Johnson & Johnson – the “one and done.”

Note that children under 18 must have a parent or guardian present to receive a vaccine.

The clinic is free; no appointment is needed.

For those who get a shot, the Union Fair will give a free pass to the fair, for one admission Friday, Aug. 27 or Saturday, Aug. 28.

The clinic is brought by the Union Fair, the Union Ambulance Service, Knox County Emergency Management Agency and the Maine CDC Division of Public Health Nursing.

For those receiving Pfizer, a date and time for the second dose will be scheduled during the clinic.