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    Default Bangor - H1N1 Clinic - Today (12/14)

    It was just announced they are now accepting Health Care Workers and EMS people at the clinic today. Civic Center until 8PM. And of course they are doing high risk folks and children.

    Looked fairly quiet on the news.

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    Meant to add that Seasonal Flu and Pneumonia vaccine is available but but there is a charge.

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    Got mine and the charge was only $20 I think.

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    Got mine today too. Just the pig flue one.
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    There will be a clinic at Buker School in Augusta. This, too, is slated to be opened up to high risk groups. I'll be the one with the dull needle so be sure to get in my line. hehehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    There will be a clinic at Buker School in Augusta. This, too, is slated to be opened up to high risk groups. I'll be the one with the dull needle so be sure to get in my line. hehehehe
    I should have added that the clinic is on the Thursday, December 17th.

    Here is the cut and paste from the email I got.

    Maine CDC is going to hold a H1N1 vaccination clinic for high risk populations on Thursday Dec 17th
    at the Buker School in Augusta. They are hoping to be able to recruit 10 EMS volunteers to
    help between the times of 9-3 pm. and would only need to administer vaccine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    There will be a clinic at Buker School in Augusta. This, too, is slated to be opened up to high risk groups. I'll be the one with the dull needle so be sure to get in my line. hehehehe
    Remember Steve, the needle goes in the ARM!!!
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    Just finished the clinic and before it was over, they opened it up to anyone wanting vaccine. H1N1 was free - all others there was a fee for adults. We were busy with lines from 2P - until after 8P but everyone got what they came for. Wished I had know they were opening it up to everyone. Other clinics may go that way too as more vaccine comes into the state.

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    In the usual tradition of derailing threads . . .

    Just wanted to say I love your avatar photo HermonFinder.
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    Ok FFJ - it's ok. I posted this so some folks, if they wanted, might make it to get vaccine. Clinic's over - thread could be closed. Not a problem.

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