Schedule set for next week’s H1N1 vaccination clinic

In case you haven’t heard, the schedule has now been set for next week’s H1N1 flu vaccination clinic at the Corn Palace:

The free clinic will be from 2:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday.

Vaccinations will be offered only to pregnant women, individuals between the ages of six months and 24 years of age, adults 25 to 64 years of age with chronic health conditions (asthma, diabetes, neuromuscular diseases, renal disease or cardiovascular disease), caregivers of children less than six months of age, and health-care and emergency medical services workers.

For the rest of the story, click here.

12 thoughts on “Schedule set for next week’s H1N1 vaccination clinic

  1. yep 59 at risk- three heart attacks later- I’ll be in line with my medtronic card- so don’t be alarmed by some adults in line too.

  2. did you miss the part about redneck rage, on previous post concerning this event not wondering? Maybe if at risk could curb some of his rage he could prevent the fourth one. Many at risk adults will be lining up, hopefully all who need a shot will get one.

  3. my my how some of you guys love to psychologize another’s plight- simply put there are people who may not get served in this madness- the line-up to get a shot- how quick we are to judge a person’s blog? who put you in charge?

  4. When I looked before, I looked at the online version of the story.

    I just looked at the print version, and it, too, says 2:30.

    I’m looking at the story on Page 1 from Wednesday’s edition. What are you looking at?

  5. I just need to say that I was very impressed with the organization at the vaccination clinic today. Hats off to the volunteers who worked hard to get everybody through the line in a timely manner.

  6. I am also very impressed on how smoothly it seemed to go. When we got there we had to stand outside in a long line, but the line moved very quickly. We were in and out within 30 minutes. So hats off to all that were involved.

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