Gloucester Co. suspends flu shot clinics

October 26, 2009 5:36:25 PM PDT
Officials in Gloucester County have suspended county-run seasonal flu shot clinics because of a shortage of vaccine.

The county has given 13,000 doses already and is expecting another 12,000 to be delivered.

While swine flu vaccines are getting the most attention, demand seems to be high for the seasonal shots, too.

The county will hold this week's H1N1 vaccination clinics for pregnant women and other high risk groups.

Dates and locations can be found through this link

Montgomery County also plans 2 walk-in clinics for H1N1 vaccinations this week - Thursday, from 10A-1P at Congregation Beth or in Maple Glen, and on Friday, October 30, from 10A-1P at Fairview village Church of the Nazarene, on Germantown Pike in Eagleville.

Last week, southern New Jersey's Cherry Hill Township suspended it clinics.

Information from: Gloucester County Times, http://www.gctimes.com

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