Swine flu vaccine requirements stiffen

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Los Angeles County Public Health officials imposed a stiffer screening process for those seeking the free H1N1 vaccine at community clinics.

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The screening will allow high-priority groups, including pregnant women, infants and health-care workers, to get the vaccine before others.

Demand for the vaccine has exceeded the county’s supply, public health officials said.

Vaccine clinics that reach maximum capacity before closing will be shut down early, officials said.

Review this vaccination form if you’re planning to get the county’s free shot.

To find the closest clinic, visit the county’s public health website.


Written by Veronica Rocha

October 28, 2009 at 5:00 pm

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