H1N1 vaccination clinics open in L.A. County

Northridge resident Shawn Wyatt holds his son, Harrison, 3, as they wait at 6 a.m. outside the Balboa Park Community Center in Encino, where the first of L.A. County's H1N1 vaccine clinics opened. Wyatt is a paramedic, which is among the groups given priority for the vaccine.
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( Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times / October 23, 2009 )

Northridge resident Shawn Wyatt holds his son, Harrison, 3, as they wait at 6 a.m. outside the Balboa Park Community Center in Encino, where the first of L.A. County's H1N1 vaccine clinics opened. Wyatt is a paramedic, which is among the groups given priority for the vaccine.

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