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Flu shots still available at College Health Services


College Health Services is providing flu shots for staff, faculty, retirees, students, spouses and dependents (age 9 years and older) in Room 150 of the Bush Campus Center while supplies last. No appointment required; just walk in between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays. The cost of the flu vaccine is $20. Payment will be accepted in the form of cash, check (made payable to Penn College), Health Savings Accounts or credit card. The only medical reason why someone should not receive the flu vaccine is an allergy to eggs, neomycin or polymixin, or having had a previous life-threatening reaction to an influenza vaccine.

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Ed Thompson,

$20 is a cheap price to stay healthy from the flu compared with what you will spend on over-the-counter “remedies” if you come down with it. Not everyone has health insurance that may cover the cost, so this is a great offering for everyone who falls in that category. Nice the school is offering these.

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