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Tulare Health Officials Offer Free Drive-Thru Flu Clinics

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There's a quick and easy to get your flu shot in the South Valley.

The Department of Health is holding free drive-thru flu clinics on Thursday. According to officials all participants need to do is drive into the sites, state their age, sign their name and be directed to a person who will give them their vaccine all without their leaving their car. 

The clinics will begin at 9 a.m. at a number of locations including:

  • Mooney Grove Park in Visalia
    27000 South Mooney Blvd., Visalia, CA 93277
  • Jamison Stadium in Porterville
    100 E. College Ave., Porterville, CA 93257
  • The International Agri-Center in Tulare
    International Agri-Center Heritage Complex in Tulare, Walk-In Flu Clinic

Vaccinations will be given until 1 p.m. and all flu shots are free.

Any adult over the age of 18, except pregnant women and those with severe allergies, are eligible.

"This is a great way for people to get a seasonal flu shot," said Ray Bullick, Director of Public Health for Tulare County.  "And, it is a wonderful exercise for our agency in terms of preparedness for health emergencies.  We hope people will take advantage of the opportunity."

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