Airports to Continue Offering Vaccinations

Free vaccines offered include H1N1, influenza

By Joe Young
|  Friday, Sep 23, 2011  |  Updated 3:33 PM PDT
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Airports to Continue Offering Vaccinations

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On Friday, officials with the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority reported that they would continue offering seasonal flu and travel vaccinations to passengers and employees.

Working alongside the Pacifica Medical organization, the SCRAA officials said for the third year in a row it would provide influenza, Tdap and other CDC recommended vaccinations free of charge.

The vaccinations take place, post security, in the Terminal 1 East and West rotundas from 7 a.m. until 3.

The SCRAA said they’ll offer centers until November 28.

Major vaccines offered include the H1N1, the two most prevalent strains of influenza and travel related vaccines such as Hepatitis A and B, officials said.
 

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