The Louisville Department for Public Health and Wellness is offering another round of H1N1 vaccine clinics starting today, after a successful series of clinics in January.
Spokesperson Dave Langdon says 54-hundred people showed up for the clinics in January, which were held at government centers and fire stations throughout the city. He says those clinics were well-attended, and people are still calling the health department for appointments.
“That’s really why we’re continuing to offer these clinics now in February because the demand for H1N1 vaccine seems to still be out there,” says Langdon.
The February clinics will be held by appointment only at the Highview Fire District, the East Government Center in Middletown and the main office of the health department downtown.