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Flu clinic today in Moorhead

Less than half of the available doses of H1N1 flu vaccine were distributed at a clinic Monday night at the Urban Plains Center in southwest Fargo, according to Fargo Cass Public Health.

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Less than half of the available doses of H1N1 flu vaccine were distributed at a clinic Monday night at the Urban Plains Center in southwest Fargo, according to Fargo Cass Public Health.

Meanwhile, there will be an H1N1 clinic in Moorhead today from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Family Service Center, 715 N. 11th St., Room 2.

Today's clinic will be for children ages 6 months through 9 years; and parents and caregivers of children younger than 6 months. Both injectable and FluMist vaccines will be on hand.

The Urban Plains clinic administered 225 of 500 doses available to pregnant women, parents and caregivers of infants younger than 6 months, and those ages 19 through 24 with chronic medical conditions.

Fargo Cass Public Health will schedule another H1N1 clinic after Nov. 30.

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There should be a wait of at least 28 days between the first and second H1N1 doses for children ages 6 months through 9 years, officials said.

For information about seasonal and H1N1 flu, go to www.fighttheflu.net or call the North Dakota Department of Health flu hotline at (866) 207-2880 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The Urban Plains Center donated use of the facility.

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