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Summit County child caregivers eligible for swine flu vaccine

CAITLIN ROW
summit daily news

SUMMIT COUNTY – Caregivers of children under six months of age should now contact the Summit County Public Health Department to make an appointment for the H1N1 nasal mist vaccine.

According to Summit County Public Health administrative manager Sheri Rochford, to be eligible one must be under the age of 50, healthy and not pregnant to receive the nasal mist vaccine. For more information, call (970) 668-9161.


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