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VVGMC to Host FREE Flu Shots Clinic

Victor Valley Global Medical Center to Host Flu Shots for 18+ in FREE Clinic January 28th to 30th

VICTORVILLE: VVGMC will repeat the popular drive thru flu shot clinics for the 2013-14 flu season beginning Tuesday through Thursday, January 28 to 30th, from 8am to 10am, or until vaccines run out.

The free flu vaccines will be administered via walk up clinic at the marketing office in Victor Valley Global Medical Center located at 15248 Eleventh Street in Victorville. Signs will be posted directing participants to the marketing office.

One-hundred (100) vaccines will be available. Vaccines are available on a first come, first served basis and will be administered only to adults ages 18 and older. Adults with severe egg allergies should not receive the flu vaccine.

Adults who are currently ill, have had previous reactions to flu vaccines or have ever had Guillain-Barre syndrome will not be able to receive the flu vaccine.

All participants will be screened by nursing staff before the flu vaccine will be administered. At the discretion of nursing staff, some adults may be denied vaccine based upon screening criteria.

To confirm the availability of vaccines after January 30th clinic, please contact the VVGMC Community Relations Department of the hospital at 843-6190. The free flu shot clinics are offered as another community healthcare event of Victor Valley Global Medical Center.

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