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Written by Kye Parsons

'Drive-Thru' Flu Clinic Returns to Shorebirds Stadium

10/24/2007 8:29 AM ET

SALISBURY, Md.- Peninsula Regional Medical Center's "drive-thru" flu clinic is returning on Thursday, Oct. 25 and Friday, Oct. 26 at the Shorebirds Stadium at the intersection of Route 50 and Hobbs Road in Salisbury.

Vaccinations will be administered to individuals 13 years of age or older. A physician's order is not necessary. The cost of will be $7 per vaccination.

The drive-thru flu clinic will be conducted from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on both days. Flu shots will be administered based upon the availability of the vaccine and/or until the supply of vaccine is depleted.

Flu vaccinations are encouraged for persons over the age of 65, people with heart or lung disorders, immunosuppressant diseases or diabetes.

Participants are encouraged to wear a short sleeved shirt that will provide easy access to the upper arm. For additional information, call (410) 543-7137 or 1-800-955-PRMC.

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