Union County Public Health urges annual influenza vaccination
Union County Public Health/Greater Regional Medical Center Outreach Services joins the Iowa Department of Public Health and Center for Disease Control in urging an annual flu vaccination for everyone 6 months and older as the best way to protect against influenza. By getting a yearly flu-vaccine, individuals can protect themselves from illness, and protect those around them. Residents of Union County should get vaccinated as soon vaccine is available in their community.
“The best way to protect you and your family is to receive an annual influenza-vaccination,” said Robin Sevier, RN, Union County Public Health nurse.
“In Union County, our flu clinics are scheduled to be offered each Thursday beginning October 3 through November 21 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.,” Sevier said.
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