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H1N1 Public Clinic Update

Posted by Wally Bobkiewicz on Nov 7, 2009 at 4:46 PM in Health

The Health and Human Services Department conducted a public H1N1 vacciniation clinic this morning at ETHS.  Despite a long line early, by 1 PM there was no line and around 100 of the 1,250 allocated doses of vaccine were still left.  Staff planned to stay until advertised closing time of 4 PM or until all doses were distributed

All of the City's remaining vaccine is scheduled to be given out at school clinics over the next several days.  No additional public clinics are planned until more vaccine is received.  No timeline for receipt of additional vaccine.  For further information, see the City's H1N1 information website.

Topics: H1N1

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the H1N1 or Swine Flu virus did put our country in disarray for quite sometime, it is good to know that at least it did not cause so many deaths.

November 25, 2009 10:26 AM

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