Fort Worth ISD offering H1N1 vaccine at local schools

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Fort Worth ISD offering H1N1 vaccine at local schools

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by ERIC VALADEZ / WFAA-TV

wfaa.com

Posted on January 12, 2010 at 4:26 PM

Updated Tuesday, Jan 12 at 8:16 PM

FORT WORTH — The Fort Worth Independent School District and Tarrant County Public Health are partnering to offer free H1N1 immunizations.

The shot clinics will be open to all students, relatives, district employees, and the general public.

Dr. Sandra Parker, Tarrant County Public Health's medical director and health authority, says the H1N1 flu continues to be the most prevalent flu virus in circulation today. She is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated to help fight the flu.

Free vaccinations will be offered at all 13 Fort Worth ISD high schools starting next week.

All clinics will run from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.  You can find a full schedule below.

Tuesday, January 19

  • Carter-Riverside HS Cafeteria
  • Arlington Heights HS Cafeteria 

Wednesday, January 20

  • South Hills HS Large Auditorium

Thursday, January 21

  • Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS Cafeteria
  • Dunbar HS Auditorium

Friday, January 22

  • Eastern Hills HS Cafeteria
  • Paschal HS Front Foyer

Monday, January 25

  • North Side HS Cafeteria
  • Polytechnic HS Auditorium

Tuesday, January 26

  • Trimble Tech HS Auditorium
  • Southwest HS Gym

Wednesday, January 27

  • Western Hills HS Auditorium
  • O.D. Wyatt HS Outside Gym

 

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