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CDC Guidance abut COVIC

Got Questions about COVID-19? You can find the most up-to-date information about coronavirus disease 2019 on CDC’s COVID-19 page. This page includes information for the public and healthcare professionals, travel guidance, and other helpful information, such as: Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about COVID-19 vaccination and vaccine information for you and your family. FAQs about COVID-19 […]

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DATE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 WHERE: Ben’s Bottle Shop (8052 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver) WHEN: 11:30 SOCIAL; 12:00 LUNCH PROGRAM: Greg Kimsey, Clark County Auditor  ** Voter registration, ** The role of volunteers and their training, ** Service members’ absentee ballots, and ** Other questions regarding the administration of the election process. COST:  $15.00  PER PERSON AT THE DOOR RSVP:


FLU Immunization Reminder

  BY Roger DeRoos, Ret. USPHS It is time to start thinking about getting your annual flu immunization.  I receive several email health-related newsletters, and the recent one from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) included the most up-to-date advisories for flu immunizations.  There are two new advisories; one for the nasal administered, live attenuated

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An Important Message from the Veterans Administration–Vaccines and Immunization

VA’s Office of Public Health reminds you that it’s very important to protect your health by keeping your immunizations current.  They advise that you protect yourself and others against seasonal flu and other vaccine-preventable diseases by getting immunized.  Consider your lifestyle and location when deciding whether to get vaccinated against hepatitis A and B. There

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