H1N1 Flu Public Clinics Set to Begin Nov. 3

For Immediate Release:  Oct. 30, 2009
Media Contact: Communication Office
Vermont Department of Health

BURLINGTON – The Vermont Department of Health and the state’s home health agencies and Visiting Nurse Associations are offering H1N1 flu vaccine. A total of 37 clinics are currently scheduled for locations around the state starting Nov. 3 and continuing into January.

These clinics are for those people who are most at risk for serious illness from the 2009 H1N1 flu and are not getting vaccinated by their health care provider or at a school clinic:

Anyone 65 years and older is not eligible for H1N1 vaccine at the public health clinics at this time.

To locate a vaccination clinic, got to the Health Department’s website at www.healthvermont.gov, then select H1N1 Vaccine Clinics at the top of the home page. Clinics next week are being held in Middlebury, Manchester Center and Colchester.

Vaccinations are provided at no charge. No documentation or insurance cards are needed to be vaccinated. Vaccine will be delivered on a first-come, first-served basis. There may be some waiting in line, so clinic organizers suggest that people wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

Extensive information, tools and resources about seasonal and pandemic flu, healthy habits and preparedness are available at the Health Department’s website: healthvermont.gov or dial 2-1-1. You can also follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/healthvermont.


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