Va. Swine Flu Clinics: Older Kids Welcome Too

Fairfax clinics will be open Nov. 10 and 12

By Asha Beh
|  Monday, Nov 9, 2009  |  Updated 10:45 AM EDT
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Skip Swine Flu Vaccine Lines -- for a Fee

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Serena Grade School, in LaSalle County, was closed after 69 children were reported having flu symptoms.

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Skip Swine Flu Vaccine Lines -- for a Fee

Long lines around the region for the swine flu vaccine have frustrated many. Watch how one D.C. clinic is handling the distribution.

Skip Swine Flu Vaccine Lines -- for a Fee

Long lines around the region for the swine flu vaccine have frustrated many. Watch how one D.C. clinic is handling the distribution.
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Fairfax County has expanded its swine flu clinic to include vaccinations for all children, ages 6 months through 9 years of age, children 10 years to 18 years who are at higher risk for influenza-related complications, and pregnant women.

Fairfax is holding vaccination clinics at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 10 and Thursday, Nov. 12, to the first 300 people at each of five Health Department clinic locations. Parents of children less than 6 months of age are also allowed to get vaccinated.

There is also a 5 p.m. clinic on Thursday, Nov. 12 available to the first 250 people who walk in at the Joseph Willard clinic in Fairfax.

To find out more dates, you can call Fairfax County's H1N1 Call Center at 703-267-3511, TTY: 703-591-6435.

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