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Nothing To Sneeze At

Federal officials were correct when they predicted the threat would come in waves. While sixty million people have done their part to make their families and communities safe, there are millions more on the sidelines letting others take the hit to stop this menace.

Just because you haven’t had the flu, it doesn’t mean you won’t still get it.

The Rockland County Dept of Health is offering free H1N1 vaccinations on Sunday 1/10 from 11a-4p. The free clinic kicks off National Influenza Vaccination Week which highlights the importance of continuing influenza vaccinations to limit the spread of the second wave of the H1N1 virus.

Call  the flu hotline at 845-364-2633 to make an appointment to visit The Robert L. Yeager Health Center, Building D, located at 50 Sanatorium Rd in Pomona.

You can also get H1N1 and seasonal flu shots at the following locations:

  • Walgreens — $18 fee (Medicare & Medicaid accepted)
    • New City (845-634-3341)
    • Suffern (845-369-1179)
    • Stony Point (845-786-2063)
  • Drug World Pharmacy, New City (845-638-1212)
    January 13, 2010, 5p’€“ 7p
    $18 fee (Medicaid accepted)
  • Pathmark in partnership with ESI Medical, Nanuet (732-292-0101)
    Jan 5, 4’€“8p; Jan 9, 10a’€“2p; Jan 12, 4p’€“8p
    $15 fee (Medicare & Medicaid accepted)

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