Public Health hosts first H1N1 clinics
WORTHINGTON — Some people reportedly stood in line for two hours Wednesday night, waiting for their children to receive the H1N1 novel influenza vaccine at Prairie Elementary in Worthington. It was the second flu clinic hosted by Nobles-Rock Community Health Services this week, with the first on Monday in Luverne.
WORTHINGTON — Right now, parents everywhere are preparing for a new school year, finding out who their children’s teachers will be, buying school supplies and seeing the doctor to make sure their kids are healthy and ready to learn.
But if you’re a parent, you need to add one more item to that back-to-school checklist: What you will do if someone in your family gets the flu.
Brad Meyer, Nobles Rock Community Health Services
, August 14, 2009
Based upon this country’s experience with a similar strain in 1976 and vaccination efforts to deal with it, there may be much greater potential harm from being vaccinated against the swine flu than is posed by the flu itself.
Just one person attends public forums in Luverne, Worthington
WORTHINGTON — If attendance at the public forums were any indication, people throughout the area are no longer concerned about the threat of the H1N1 novel influenza virus.
NRCHS anticipating flu in southwest Minnesota
WORTHINGTON — Public health agencies across Minnesota continue to receive updates several times a day on the H1N1 novel influenza virus after a second probable case was discovered Friday in Isanti County, north of the Twin Cities.
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