Suburban Cook Co. switches to appts. for H1N1
November 2, 2009 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- More H1N1 flu shots were given out Monday.
Unlike recent clinics where there have been long lines and long waits, vaccines are being administered by appointment only in suburban Cook County. The Cook County Health Department said it hopes to set up additional walk-in clinics in the near future. Health officials are targeting priority groups, such as pregnant women, people with existing conditions and children. For more information on getting an appointment in suburban Cook County, call 708 836-8600. Kendall County's Health Department has an open clinic today from 4 until 7 p.m. at the Health and Human Services building in Yorkville.
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