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H1N1 Flu Vaccine Open To Anyone In San Bernardino County

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By Chris Levister –

The 2009 H1N1 influenza vaccine is now available to anyone who wants it in San Bernardino County. San Bernardino County Health Officer, Maxwell Ohikhuare stated that the delivery of local vaccine supplies has increased enough to remove the restriction to priority groups. “The H1N1 virus has been widespread in the county, the state of California and throughout the country, so I urge people to protect themselves by getting vaccinated.”

People can walk in at the SB County Public Health Clinic to get the vaccine without an appointment:

351 North Mt. Vernon Avenue, Room 102 Appointments are required at the Barstow, Ontario, Redlands and Hesperia Public Health Clinics to receive the H1N1 vaccine.

To make an appointment, call 1 (800) 722 - 4777.

Many School Districts in the County are also providing the vaccine to their local communities.

For schedules, contact the local School District Office, or go to the Superintendent of Schools website at http://www.sbcss.k12.ca.us/.

The H1N1 flu vaccine will not be provided at the following Public Health Clinics:

Big Bear, Fontana, Joshua Tree, San Bernardino (799 Rialto Avenue)


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