For A Good Cause: Free H1N1 Flu Vaccinations

The Sacramento County Public Health Department is offering free H1N1 Flu vaccination clinics at several locations in our community. The vaccine will be provided free of charge to anyone medically eligible aged 6 months and older.

Monday, Dec. 28 10 a.m. to 2 p.m
Robertson Community Center, 3525 Norwood Avenue

Wednesday, Jan. 6, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Grant Union High School, 1400 Grand Avenue

The Twin Rivers Unified School District and Regional Transit are partnering to ensure that our families are able to attend one of the Vaccination Clinics being held in the community. You may call Twin Rivers School and Community Relations at 566-1600 ext. 1346 if you need transportation assistance.
Depending on supply, a flu nasal mist or injection will be available at the vaccination clinics. Schedule subject to change check for updates.


  1. As a former needlephobe and former believer in flu vaccine myths, I urge everyone to get both the seasonal flu and the H1N1 flu vaccines unless you have been advised not to by your doctor.

    My wife and I got both and we are so glad that we did.

    If you think you don’t need the vaccine because you hardly ever come down with the flu, think again — I only recently learned that many people contract and carry the flu virus and spread it to others, even though they never had any symptoms themselves.

    One site that I recommend is — it has a wealth of information about influenza.

    Another great resource is

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