Flu shot

Nurses from Anne Arundel County Health Department administered <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAI0000067" title="Swine Flu" href="/topic/health/diseases-illnesses/swine-flu-HEDAI0000067.topic">H1N1</a> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAI0000047" title="Flu" href="/topic/health/diseases-illnesses/flu-HEDAI0000047.topic">flu</a> <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAR00000154" title="Vaccines" href="/topic/health/vaccines-HEDAR00000154.topic">vaccines</a> to targeted group of people from 2 to 24 and health care workers during the county's first public clinic. Devin Williams, 7, of Pasadena, receives a nasal spray H1N1 <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HEDAR00000189" title="Flu Vaccine (INACTIVE)" href="/topic/health/medicine/flu-vaccine-%28inactive%29-HEDAR00000189.topic">flu vaccine</a> from nurse Debra Curro, left, as County Executive John Leopold, center, looks on.

( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / October 8, 2009 )

Nurses from Anne Arundel County Health Department administered H1N1 flu vaccines to targeted group of people from 2 to 24 and health care workers during the county's first public clinic. Devin Williams, 7, of Pasadena, receives a nasal spray H1N1 flu vaccine from nurse Debra Curro, left, as County Executive John Leopold, center, looks on.

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