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CHICAGO — The mass COVID-19 vaccination site at Chicago’s United Center is wrapping up its operation Thursday.

Since being set-up by FEMA in March, the site has averaged 6,000 shots per day. More than 300,000 Chicagoans were vaccinated in total.

The process of getting people vaccinated continues, but shifts to a smaller scale.

The site will be open Thursday for drive-up service. No appointment is necessary.

For more information about where to get a vaccine, visit wgntv.com/vaccine.

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