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Whether you are a resident living on campus, a commuter student, or you are a member
of the faculty or staff, being part of the campus community brings you into contact
with many individuals each day. We are all aware of cases of H1N1 flu in our region.
We are doing everything possible to prevent the spread of the flu, but we need your
help to accomplish this. During cold and flu season, taking simple precautions can
prevent catching an illness and may help prevent passing an illness on to others.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends being vaccinated for
both the seasonal flu and H1N1 flu. The seasonal flu vaccine is currently available
at local health departments and pharmacies.
The Sullivan County Regional Health Department has received their first shipment of
H1N1 vaccine in the form of the nasal mist. This first shipment is being offered to
healthy individuals between the ages of 2 to 49 years old. If you would like to make
an appointment for the H1N1 nasal mist flu vaccination for yourself or a loved one
between the ages of 2 and 49, call 423.279.2663.
Seasonal flu vaccine is still available at most health centers, as well as local pharmacies.
We will keep you apprised of additional locations to receive the H1N1 vaccine as shipments
of the H1N1 vaccine are received in our area.
If you think you have the flu, and are a:
To prevent the spread of illness, please keep these helpful hints in mind:
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