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Student Health Services Still Administering Free H1N1 Vaccine

Student Health Services will continue to administer free H1N1 vaccine to Penn College students, employees and alumni through the end of February. There have been more than 85,000 cases of influenza-like illness since late August, and it is Student Health Services’ goal to get the vaccine to as many people as possible who are at risk of suffering serious complications from the virus. Student Health Services is vaccinating all individuals ages over the age of 4. For more information, please contact Student Health Services by e-mail or at 570-320-5234. Hours for Student Health Services are 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Answers to frequently asked questions also are available from the Centers for Disease Control. To expedite the process, interested students, employees and alumni should read the Vaccination Information Sheet and bring a completed Consent Form to Student Health Services. Both documents follow:

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