Blountville: The Sullivan County Regional Health Department will be holding free vaccination clinics for H1N1 at two sites on Saturday, January 30th, from 10:00 a.m. – 3 p.m.
The clinics will be located at Sullivan North High School in Kingsport and at Vance Middle School in Bristol, and are open to anyone in the community 6 months of age and older who would like to be vaccinated. No appointments are necessary, and vaccinations will be offered on a first come basis.
Dr. Stephen May, Regional Medical Director for the Sullivan County Regional Health Department states, “H1N1 continues to circulate in the community and the best protection continues to be vaccination.”
For more information on H1N1 flu, please visit www.cdc.gov and www.flu.gov. Local information can be obtained on the Sullivan County Regional Health Department website (www.sullivanhealth.org), Facebook, and Twitter www.twitter.com\SullivanHealth.
Additionally, people who have questions about the clinics may contact the Sullivan County Regional Health Department at (423)279-2663.
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