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As of July 23, Fargo Cass Public Health has administered 48,624 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. Cass County currently has a 60% one-dose coverage rate, thanks to the combined efforts of vaccine providers throughout the community. Being vaccinated against COVID-19 remains the best way to protect yourself, your loved ones and your community from impacts of the virus. Fargo Cass Public Health offers COVID-19 vaccine during Tuesday walk-in clinics and by appointment in the immunization program. Vax UP ND, For All of Us.

The Fargo Public Library now offers notary services to the public. Those interested in this service should call the Main Library Information Desk to confirm that an authorized notary public is available or to make an appointment. The Library continues to offer Outdoor Yoga for Beginners at the Carlson Library Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m. through the end of August. The Library will have a booth and the Book Bike at the upcoming Native American Community Picnic August 7 at Trollwood Park. Librarians will attend this event to spread the word about the library’s resources and upcoming library events.

Tonight, we have two videos from the Department of Communications & Governmental Affairs - the first showcases a new and novel concept in the Public Works Department where they are using a remote-controlled lawn mower to become more efficient in doing better work, while also protecting employees from risky situations with steep inclines; the second is the City’s next “Faces of Fargo” installment featuring Deputy Fire Marshall Dawn Stollenwerk.