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Friday, October 30, 2009

Swine Flu Immunization Clinics Extended At CCMH

This clinic has been extended ~

H1N1 Clinics Extended
Charles Cole Memorial Hospital will hold additional H1N1 clinics for high risk groups, as recommended by the CDC: pregnant women, household contacts and caregivers of children younger than six months, health care and emergency medical services personnel, those six months to 24 years, and those 25 to 64 years with certain health conditions. Clinics will be held, as vaccine is available.

CCMH will hold H1N1 clinics at the hospital’s Irwin Medical Arts Center, second floor, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., November 2-6.


Anonymous said...

I think everyone should think twice about getting this vaccine. Do your homework.

Anonymous said...

Yes, do your homework and you will see that this vaccine is absolutely NO DIFFERENT than any other flu vaccine they make except for the strain of virus used. Duh.

Linda Muller said...

The dangers seem too high with the swine flu vaccine and many of the vaccines given to children.

Do some research. Consider which is worse: A week in bed with the measles or a lifetime of Autism?

Here's one on the flu vaccine:

Here's a video by scientists and doctors on the dangers of vaccines for children:

Anonymous said...

Haven't you seen the news where over 1,000 kids have died from the swine flu? Consider which is worse: No illness at all, a lifetime of autism (which I don't believe) or a dead child? At the worst, I would take a lifetime of autism.

Anonymous said...

KUDOS to CCMH for providing this service. If you want the shot, it's great to know the hospital has it, if you don't want the shot, you don't have to get it, but don't discourage others from getting it.