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Four SW Georgia counties out of H1-N1 vaccine

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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Baker, Calhoun, Mitchell, and Seminole County Health Departments are now out of H1-N1 shot and flu mist vaccines.      

Colquitt, Miller, and Terrell Counties have only the nasal mist available.      

Clinics that do have vaccine will stay open until at least 7:30 tonight.      

Health officials say you should call your local health department before you make the trip.      

Late Thursday there were fewer than 420 doses of mist and less than 100 of the injectable vaccine left in the 14 county region.

 

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