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February Vaccination Clinic Schedule

Monday, January 25th, 2010 at 11:33 am

There are now four public vaccination clinics for both H1N1 and Seasonal Flu scheduled in February by Pine County Public Health.  Registration forms for H1N1 must be filled out either online from the county website (see below) and brought to the clinic or can be obtained and filled out at the clinic.

ALL of THE FOLLOWING CLINICS are for both H1N1 and/or SEASONAL FLU VACCINE:

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PINE CITY Clinics at Courthouse:

1)  Wednesday, February 3rd, 3:00-5:30pm, Pine County Courthouse Board Room, 635 Northridge Dr, Pine City, approximately one block north of northern Pine City freeway entrance.  H1N1 vaccinations are free of charge.  If you would like a seasonal flu vaccine, please bring all insurance cards or $20.

2) Wednesday, February 17th, 3:00-5:30pm, Pine County Courthouse Board Room, 635 Northridge Dr, Pine City, approximately one block north of northern Pine City freeway entrance.  H1N1 vaccinations are free of charge.  If you would like a seasonal flu vaccine, please bring all insurance cards or $20.

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SANDSTONE Clinics at Public Works Bldg:

2) Tuesday, February 9th, 3:00-5:30pm, at the Public Works Bldg, Pine County Public Health Offices, 1610 Hwy 23 N, approximately across from 61 Motel in Sandstone.  H1N1 vaccinations are free of charge.  If you would like a seasonal flu vaccine, please bring all insurance cards or $20.
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4) Tuesday, February 23rd, 3:00-5:30pm at the Public Works Bldg, Pine County Public Health Offices, 1610 Hwy 23 N, approximately across from 61 Motel in Sandstone.  H1N1 vaccinations are free of charge.  If you would like a seasonal flu vaccine, please bring all insurance cards or $20.

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H1N1 Vaccinations are conducted by Pine County Public Health nurses and are free of charge.  Registration forms for each person must be filled out either online from the county website and brought to the clinic or can be obtained and filled out at the clinic.

County Website Address:  www.co.pine.mn.us, then click on ‘Public Health’ under ‘Alerts’ on the right column.  Checking this website about once a week should give you enough time to find out about all the clinics.

Please stay home from the clinics if you have a fever or are feeling ill.  In addition to the public health clinics, most private clinics also have the vaccine available.

This information along with vaccine information will be posted on this county website, on the hotline, and hope to be aired on WCMP radio.

-Public Health hotline:  320 591-1690 or 1-800-450-7463, ext 1690.
-Radio Station WCMP can be found on your radio dial at: FM 100.9; AM 1350; and WXCX FM 105.7. When there are clinics scheduled, they will usually be broadcast at 7am, 8am and noon.

Frequently asked question:

Should I get an H1N1 vaccination if I think I already had H1N1 influenza?  Unless you were hospitalized or had a state-laboratory confirmed H1N1 case, you should still get the vaccine.  There are many illnesses which have the same symptoms as H1N1.

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