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Kerr County schedules flu vaccine clinic

todaySeptember 7, 2021

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Peterson Health and HEB have partnered for a community-wide flu vaccine clinic scheduled to be held at the Happy State Bank Expo/Hill Country Youth Events Center on Wednesday, September 8.

The clinic will be drive up only, but masks are required. HEB will supply a mask if needed.

Parents must bring a written prescription for children 4-6 years of age, and must also be present for those receiving shots who are 4-18 years of age. High Dosage will be available for those 65 years and older.

The clinic will be accepting cash or check only, and there is no fee for Medicare Part B. The cost is $40 for the Quadrivalent and $87 for the High Dose (Covered by Medicare).

For additional information contact the HEB Pharmacy at (830) 896-0227.


Written by: Michelle Layton

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