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Where to Get Flu Immunizations in the D.C. Area

(By Mark Gail -- The Washington Post)
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Friday, October 16, 2009

Here are some of the emerging plans for swine flu vaccinations across the Washington region. For more information, go online to washingtonpost.com/local.

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Note: Officials are currently targeting priority groups as set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: pregnant women; people who live with or take care of children younger than 6 months; health care and emergency workers; young people ages 6 months to 24 years; and people 25 to 64 with chronic health conditions. The general population will get vaccinations later, they say.

THE DISTRICT

-- What: Mass vaccination clinics for young people and pregnant women.

When: Oct. 20 to Nov. 14; hours vary.

Where: Two to four public schools on each vaccination date. Each ward covered: Cardozo (1); Hardy (2); Wilson (3); Coolidge (4); McKinley Tech (5); Eliot-Hine (6); Kelly Miller (7); and Ballou (8).

The District will hold future clinics for other groups, but dates and locations are pending.

Contact: City call center, 311.

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