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Dates added for H1N1 shots in Montgomery

Posted by: John Shryock - bio | email

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Montgomery County Health Department says several H1N1 flu clinics are planned for the near future.

Walk-in shots are available at the Montgomery County Health Department located at 3060 Mobile Highway on the following days.

Tuesday, Nov. 3 from 3-7:00 pm 
Thursday, Nov. 5 from 3-7:00 pm
Saturday, Nov 7 from 9-3:00 pm 

The Health Department wants citizens to understand these clinics will be located at the Health Department, not Paterson Field.


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