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PRMC Walk-in Flu Clinic on Jan. 24

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SALISBURY, Md.- If you still need your seasonal flu shot, Peninsula Regional Medical Center invites you to attend a walk-in flu clinic on Thursday, Jan. 24, from 3-6 p.m. in the Avery W. Hall Educational Center Auditorium on the PRMC campus in Salisbury.

Participants may park in Garage B or at the Educational Center, which is located at the intersection of Waverly Drive and Vine Street. 

PRMC is requesting a $10 donation per vaccination, cash-only, and a physician's order is not necessary, however you must be at least 13 years of age (13-17 please bring a parent to sign consent). Advance registration is not required but vaccine supplies are limited. Wear a short-sleeved shirt for easier access to the upper arm.  

Direct all questions to the PRMC Community Relations Department at (410) 543-7139.

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