FREE FLU SHOTS

Published: January 24, 2007

<p style="MARGIN: 0pt" /><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">From the Riverside County Chapter of the American Red Cross</font></span></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><b><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">Saturday, January 27, 2007 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.</font></span></b></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">Temecula Community Center</font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">28816 Pujol Street</font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font color="#000000"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif"><font size="2">Temecula, CA<span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"> </span></font></font></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">First come first serve.<span>  </span>No appointment necessary.</font></span></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">The single best way to protect against the flu is to get vaccinated each year.<span>  </span>The “flu shot” – an inactivated vaccine (containing killed virus) that is given with a needle, usually in the arm.<span>  </span>The flu shot is approved for use in people older than 4 years, including healthy people and people with chronic medical conditions.</font></span></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">There are some people who should not be vaccinated without first consulting a physician.<span>  </span>These include:</font></span></p><p style="MARGIN: 0pt"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" size="2"></font></p><ul style="MARGIN-TOP: 0pt" type="disc"><li style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">People who have a severe allergy to chicken eggs.</font></span></li><li style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">People who have had a severe reaction to an influenza vaccination in the past.</font></span></li><li style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">People who developed Guillain-Barre´ syndrome (GBS) within 6 weeks of getting an influenza vaccine previously.</font></span></li><li style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">Influenza vaccine is not approved for use in children less than 4 years of age.</font></span></li><li style="MARGIN: 0pt"><span style="FONT-FAMILY: Tahoma"><font face="georgia,times new roman,times,serif" color="#000000" size="2">People who have a moderate or severe illness with a fever should wait to get vaccinated until their symptoms lessen.</font></span></li></ul>


Last modified: January 24, 2007 at 5:33 pm | Originally published: January 24, 2007 at 5:33 pm
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