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Nevada Provides Flu Update Sites



November 4, 2009 By

The Nevada State Health Division last month launched a new H1N1 flu vaccine locator tool on its Web site as well as on a special flu update site. County-by-county information will be accessible on these Web sites. "Due to the limited quantity of vaccine available, there hasn't been any public H1N1 flu clinics scheduled for people that are in the target groups," said State Health Officer Dr. Tracey Green. "We anticipate having enough vaccine to have larger vaccination clinics for H1N1 by November. Keep checking back at the flu locator link, as this Web site will be updated frequently."


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