Get your flu shot, county makes vaccine clinics more available
Jill Ruth Nyugen, from CVS pharmacy, administers a flu shot to 66-year-old Allen Schindler.
Mike Slaughter, 64, receives a shot from Jill RuthNyugen at the Flu+You event on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Last flu season, 58 percent of adults 65 years and older in Arizona received a flu vaccine. Pima County and other parts of Tucson are all making an effort to make vaccines more available for people of all ages.
People at the Flu+You event sign up to receive their yearly flu shot. The event is put on by the Pima Council on Aging, Pima County Health Department and National Council on Aging.
The Explorer asks local Pima Community College students what they are doing for spring break.
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