Twin Cities flu clinics rev up to meet strong demand

people line up for H1N1 vaccine at public immunization clinic.
people line up for H1N1 vaccine at public immunization clinic.

[KARE11, December 16, 2009] The number of H1N1 cases in Minnesota may continue to drop, but experts still recommend people exercise caution over the holidays. "If you have respiratory symptoms -- cough, sore throat, a temperature of over 101 -- you ought to be distancing yourself from everyone, particularly people who are vulnerable," said Dr. Frank Rhame, an Infectious Disease expert with Allina Hospitals. Rhame urges people to sit out of the holiday celebrations, if they suspect they have H1N1 flu. Read the story online at kare11.com or watch the full story below.

Posted on December 17, 2009 in Abbott Northwestern HospitalFlu/H1N1/Swine FluKARE11TV News

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