H1N1 Drive Thru



Open to All
Saturday, December 19, 2009
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Imperial Valley Expo
North End Parking Lot
200 East Second Street, Imperial, CA
This clinic will have the 2009 H1N1
vaccine available for all individuals
interested in receiving the vaccine.
Booster shots will be available for children
who need the second dose of the H1N1
Please wear a short sleeve shirt for convenience of administering the flu
shot at this clinic. There will be no cost for those attending this vaccination
[This clinic was previously announced for the high risk and
has since been opened to all individuals in Imperial County.]
This is a drive-thru clinic. Individuals getting the H1N1 flu shot at this clinic need
to arrive in a vehicle and be able to drive through the designated clinic area.
For more information about the drive-thru flu clinic please contact the Imperial
County Flu Prevention Hotline at (760) 482-4968.




Abierta Para Todos
Sábado 19 de diciembre, 2009
8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Imperial Valley Expo
Estacionamiento norte
200 East Second Street, Imperial, CA
Esta campaña ofrecerá la vacuna
contra H1N1 a todas las personas
interesadas en recibir la vacuna.
La inyección de refuerzo estará disponible
para niños que necesiten la segunda dosis
de la vacuna H1N1.
Favor de usar camisa de manga corta para poder atenderle de mejor
manera. No se cobrara la vacuna en este evento.
[Este evento fue anunciado previamente para personas de alto riesgo pero se abrió a
toda persona del Condado Imperial interesada en recibir la vacuna.]
Este será un evento por servicio vehicular. Las personas que acudan al evento
deberán llegar en un auto y poder manejar dentro del área designada. Para
mayores informes favor de comunicarse a la Línea de Información de
Prevención de la gripe del Condado Imperial al (760) 482-4968.

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One Response to H1N1 Drive Thru

  1. Sheena West says:

    during the height of the H1N1 or Swine Flu epidemic, i was very afraid to get infected with this disease and i wore face mask whenever i got into heavily populated areas.

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