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KELO TV, Lewis Drug Flu Shot Clinic

September 27, 2012, 5:59 AM

KELO TV, Lewis Drug Flu Shot Clinic
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

The South Dakota Health Department says the best way to protect yourself from the flu virus is to get the flu shot.

You can get your shot Thursday during KELO TV and Lewis Drug's annual flu shot clinic.

Just visit any Sioux Falls Lewis Drug location between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.  The cost is $28 dollars; it's free with a Medicare card.

The flu shot is not available to pregnant women during the clinic; they should see their doctor.  Children older than nine need permission from a parent or guardian to receive a flu shot during the clinic.

 

 

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