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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Student Swine Flu vaccinations set to begin

The Department of Health announced the locations of its weekend clinics to vaccinate middle and high school students against the H1N1 (swine) flu virus.

The vaccines are offered free of charge, but students must be accompanied by a parent or an adult legal guardian. The clinics will run Nov. 7 through Dec. 13 and are only intended for middle and high school aged children.

Click here for a list of clinic locations. This link also provides a schedule for elementary school vaccinations that will be offered during school hours starting Oct. 28.

This article, published in our latest edition, contains more information on the city's flu plan.

1 comment:

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