Downtown Lawrence flu vaccination clinic set for Oct. 22

Sitting on the step of the family van, Evan Liakos, 8, gets his flu shot from volunteer Nola Bienoff under the watchful eye of his twin brother Conner. Evan received a free flu shot during a drive-thru flu shot clinic Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011, that was organized by the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department.

Sitting on the step of the family van, Evan Liakos, 8, gets his flu shot from volunteer Nola Bienoff under the watchful eye of his twin brother Conner. Evan received a free flu shot during a drive-thru flu shot clinic Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011, that was organized by the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department. by Kevin Anderson

A flu vaccination clinic will be offered in downtown Lawrence from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 22, in front of the U.S. Bank building at Ninth and Massachusetts streets. If there’s inclement weather, the event will be moved indoors.

Vaccinations will cost $23 for children ages 6 months to 35 months, and $28 for anyone ages 3 and older. Clients eligible for Medicare Part-B, Medicaid, HealthWave and Blue Cross/Blue Shield and bring their cards will have their insurance billed.

The clinic is being provided by the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department, Heartland Community Health Center and Downtown Lawrence Inc.

For more information or to fill out a consent form ahead of time, visit www.ldchealth.org/flu.

Tagged: Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department, Heartland Community Health Center, flu shots

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