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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Drive-thru's make life more convenient for us.   You can bank and get food without getting out of your car.     Thursday, you can get a flu shot, too.

The shots will available via drive thru at Robert Cross Middle School.  The Dougherty County Health Department wants to make it easy for you to get your shot.

Health officials say everyone six months and older should have one for their protection and for the safety of those around them.

Suzette Profit said, "If everybody in the community got their flu shot, it would really be a good feeling because we'll know that they'll be a community that will be less likely to see the spread of influenza."

The drive thru clinic is from 7 AM through 7 PM in the parking lot of Robert Cross Middle School on Lockett Station Road.The cost is $25.


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