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Seniors and the Flu

12/17/2009 10:48am

While all seniors are encouraged to get a seasonal influenza vaccination, experts believe older adults are less vulnerable to the H1N1 strain. Older adults should still discuss H1N1 with their physician.  

Kent County seniors age 60-64 who do not qualify for Medicare or Medicaid funded vaccines may be eligible to receive flu or pneumonia shots under the Kent County Senior Millage.

For more information, contact AngelCare Home Health Care at 245-8899 or Catherine’s Health Center at 336-8800.

For up-to-date information on influenza, visit www.flu.gov


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