NOTICE: Child Immunization Clinics (CIC) are on Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30am-11:30am and 1:30pm-4:30pm with appointments only.
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Most experts think that influenza viruses spread mainly through small droplets containing influenza virus. These droplets are expelled into the air when people infected with the flu cough, sneeze or talk. Once in the air, these small infectious droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are
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What you need to know before any vaccine is given:
Are you sick today or have an increased temperature (greater than 100.4)?
Do you have any allergies to food or medications?
Have you ever had a serious reaction to a vaccine?
Do you have cancer, leukemia, AIDS, or any other immune system disorder?
Do you take cortisone, prednisone, other steroids, anticancer drugs, or x-ray treatments?
Have you received a blood transfusion in the last year?
Are you pregnant or planning to become pregnant in the next month?
Have you received any vaccines in the past 4 weeks?