Children given free immunizations at Yankee Stadium ahead of school year

Every child who got an immunization also received

Every child who got an immunization also received a ticket to a game.

THE BRONX - Many Bronx families spent the day Wednesday at Yankee Stadium to get free immunizations.

The ballpark opened its own health clinic for a day with the help of Lincoln Medical Center. This is the eighth year the two have teamed up to get Bronx kids ready to go back to school.

Every child who got an immunization also received a ticket to a game.

Lincoln Hospital will continue giving free shots on its premises for the rest of the week.

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Back-to-school immunization

What do you have to bring:
- All children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Proof of guardianship
- NYS photo ID and child's birth certificate
- Immunization card
- Proof of address
- Medical health insurance card, if you have one

Where: Yankee Stadium's FedEx Banquet and Conference Center. Enter at Gate 6 located on the corner of River Ave. and 161st St.

When: 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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