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Free Flu Shots in Baltimore

I got a flu shot. Reader Holly did not get a flu shot. Let's see which one of us stays healthy this year. Holly, please let us know if you come down with the flu and I'll do likewise. This will just be our incredibly unscientific test of the flu shot and whether it makes you sick or not.

Meanwhile, if you're thinking you want to join in our totally unscientific experiment, or you just haven't gotten around to getting a flu shot yet, click on the jump to get a list of free shots available in the Baltimore. If you're not a city resident, just search online for your local health department for a list of free clinics in your jurisdiction. I'm not sure if FluMist, the nasal spray is offered at these clinics so you may want to check. Also, Medicare Part B pays for the flu shot so don't forget your Medicare cards, seniors.

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November 2008

Saturday, November 1; 10 am – 1 pm Greater Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church 2525 E Preston St – 21213

Monday, November 3; 10 am – 1 pm Forest Park Senior Center 4801 Liberty Heights Ave - 21207

Thursday, November 6; 10 am – 2 pm Greenmount Senior Center 425 E Federal St – 21202

Friday, November 7; 9 am – 12 pm John Booth Senior Center 229-1/2 Eaton St – 21224

Monday, November 10; 10 am – 1 pm Southwest Senior Center 100 S Calhoun St - 21223

Friday, November 14; 9 am – 1 pm  Waxter Center for Senior Citizens 1000 Cathedral St - 21201

Monday, November 17; 10 am – 1 pm Hispanic Apostolate 430 S. Broadway Ave - 21231

Monday, November 24; 10 am - 1 pm New Psalmist Baptist Church 4501 Old Frederick Ave - 21229

Saturday, November 8; 10 am -- 1 pm St. Joseph Monastery Parish 251 S. Morley St - 21229
December 2008 Friday, December 12; 10 am – 1 pm Enoch Pratt Library 400 Cathedral St - 21201 (Sun Photographer Jed Kirschbaum)
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