The numbers of reported H1N1 cases are slowing down across KELOLAND, but some health officials expect a third wave.
It's one reason hundreds of people lined up Thursday for their vaccine at two Sioux Falls high schools. The clinics at Washington and Roosevelt High Schools are open until 8 p.m. and organizers had 3,000 doses to distribute.
Vaccine was given to those in Tiers 1 and 2. That includes pregnant women, people age 6 months to 24 years old, those who live with or care for an infant under 6 months, health care workers and adults 25 to 64 with a chronic health condition like asthma or diabetes.
Visit the South Dakota Department of Health's Web site
for information on additional clinics being held across the state.
Click on the video player to the right to watch a live report by Kelli Grant, who was at the clinic at Washington High School.
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