Flu Shots For Children Now Available In Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/4/04

Flu Shots For Children Now Available In Lubbock

Flu vaccines are now available for infant and toddlers.

The Lubbock Health Department has received 300 doses of flu vaccine for children ages six months to 35 months. Vaccines are not available for any other age group at this time.

Shots are $5 each. Medicaid and C.H.I.P. will be accepted. The shots will be administered during normal clinic hours at the health department. Call (806) 775-2914 for more information.

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