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Residents of Palm Springs Can Receive H1N1 Vaccine Without Appointment

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Real Estate Agent with Teles Properties

Starting on December 21, 2009, Riverside County residents can walk into any of the 10 family care centers and receive the H1N1 vaccine without an appointment.

According to the press release, Riverside County health officials are not limiting the vaccine to priority groups: 

  • 6 months to 24 years of age
  •  emergency and health care workers
  •  caregivers of infants less than 6 months of age
  •  people 25-64 with chronic medical conditions.

Officials are stating that with the amount of the H1N1 vaccine being delivered to the centers, that there will be enough doses of the vaccine for people who wish to receive it.    If you have any cold or flu-like symptoms, public health officials say you should wait until the symptoms have cleared up before you get your H1N1 vaccine.

For a list of the 10 family care centers, including the city of Palm Springs, go to http://rivcoph.org/h1n1 

Before getting your H1N1 vaccine, you should consult with your doctor.

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About the Author

Harold Watts of Scott Lyle Realtors has been a REALTOR in Palm Springs since 1999. Focusing on the 2nd & Vacation home market, Harold has been helping Buyers and Sellers achieve their real estate goals. If you want to know what is happening with the Palm Springs Real Estate market, give Harold Watts a call at 760-218-8209 or email him at Harold.ScottLyleRealtors@gmail.com 

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About the Author

Harold Watts of Scott Lyle Realtors has been a REALTOR in Palm Springs since 1999. Focusing on the 2nd & Vacation home market, Harold has been helping Buyers and Sellers achieve their real estate goals. If you want to know what is happening with the Palm Springs Real Estate market, give Harold Watts a call at 760-218-8209 or email him at Harold@HaroldWatts.net

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