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Summit County: All school-aged children can be vaccinated for H1N1

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

SUMMIT COUNTY – Starting this week, Summit County Public Health will be vaccinating all school-aged children for H1N1 flu. Two clinics will be held:

– Thursday: High-school aged children can be vaccinated from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at Summit High School

– Saturday: All school-aged children (pre-school through 12th grade) can be vaccinated from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Summit Middle School

There will be no cost, and vaccination is voluntary.

According to public health, children aged nine and under should receive two doses of the vaccine spaced about four weeks apart. Additional clinics will be held based on the availability of the vaccine.

For more information, call Summit County Public Health at (970) 668-9161.


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