Health officials in Delaware conducted a flu clinic at a Georgetown church on Oct. 24, vaccinating more than 100 residents. The event was also designed as an emergency preparedness test, helping health officials analyze Delaware’s readiness to handle large-scale emergencies. Division of Public Health employees staffed the event, with assistance from several Medical Reserve Corps volunteers, and met their goal of processing paperwork and injecting vaccines to each individual within five minutes. Read more about the flu clinic in Delaware.
Flu season is here!