Swine-flu clinics postponed due to vaccine shortage

Planned swine-flu vaccinations in Spokane and North Idaho are being postponed due to a lack of vaccine, health districts in both locations say.

In Spokane, these planned vaccination clinics are postponed, according to the Spokane Regional Health District: Nov. 2 (West Central Community Center, St. Anne’s); Nov. 3 (Spokane Valley Partners, Farwell Elementary); Nov. 4 (Airway Heights Community Center).

In North Idaho, the Panhandle Health District has postponed school vaccinations scheduled for this week. Vaccinations in 15 schools with elementary-age students in Idaho’s five northern counties will resume Nov. 9 and 10, the health district said.

For more information visit the Panhandle Health District Web site or the Spokane Regional Health District site.

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