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H1N1 vaccinations available at Bernhard

Jan. 26, 2010

KALAMAZOO--Vaccinations against H1N1 influenza are available to members of the Western Michigan University community through free clinics Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 1-2, at the Bernhard Center. Vaccinations will be administered on a walk-in basis--no appointments.

Vaccination Clinics
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 1-2
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bernhard Center Room 105

Additional clinics will be held later in February at the Valley residence halls, Student Recreation Center and Sindecuse Health Center. Dates, times and locations will be published in WMU News and on the Flu Information Web page.

Who is eligible?

H1N1 vaccinations are available at no cost to WMU students, employees and retirees, and their legal dependents age 12 and older. A valid WMU photo ID card—Bronco Card—may be required to receive a vaccination.

Seasonal flu vaccine is no longer available.

For more information about flu prevention and treatment, visit the Flu Information Center. If you have questions, call Sindecuse Health Center at (269) 387-3295 or write to the Flu Information Center.

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Media contact: Thom Myers, (269) 387-8400, thom.myers@wmich.edu

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