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Virginia Mason Winslow Clinic receives doses of H1N1 vaccine

The Virginia Mason Winslow Clinic will have 200 injectable doses of H1N1 vaccine starting Thursday morning. Walk-in hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The doses are reserved for priority groups, which include:

- Health care and emergency medical services workers

- Pregnant women

- Parents and caretakers of infants under six months of age

- Children and adults from six months of age through 24 years of age

- Persons with serious chronic medical conditions (especially lung

disease) through age 64.

"The vaccine will go quickly," said Virginia Mason spokeswoman Alisha Mark.

Mark said the clinic has been getting a regular weekly shipment for the last few weeks.

For more information call the clinic at 842-5632.

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