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Last updated on Monday, December 7, 2009
(BLOOMINGTON, IN) - H1N1 vaccines will be given to students on the IU Bloomington campus this week.
University officials say students and employees have experienced extremely short lines at previous clinics.
The university received a batch of about 9,000 and this will be the second round of vaccines being distributed. Qualified students and employees at IU Bloomington can still reserve vaccinations.
Those currently eligible to make reservations are pregnant women, households with children younger than six months of age, students and employees through age 24, health care and emergency medical services personnel, and people 25-64 with a chronic medical condition that creates a higher risk for complications.
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