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If you have not already gotten a flu vaccine, now is the time to protect yourself and your family. Vaccination is the best defense against flu, and it could keep you or a loved one from ending up in the hospital.

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Creating a better and healthier future for our state has been our vision for 25 years. But people across our urban, rural, and frontier communities face barriers to accessing vaccines, health care, and other resources.

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Events

Dec
1
Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson Free Flu Shot Clinic (Las Vegas, NV)

Dec
2
SNHD No Cost Community Flu Vaccine Clinic (Las Vegas, NV)

Dec
5
CARE Service Fair

Service fair for those experiencing homelessness. 

Services committed: 

  • Hair cuts
  • Medical Care
  • Dog Washes
  • Medical Assistance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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COVID Corner: Rocky IV edition
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For nine months, we've been getting battered by COVID-19. The US of A has suffered over 250,000 deaths and worldwide 1.34 million people have died. As someone who loves analogies and sports movies, I have been thinking about Rocky IV; COVID-19 has been Ivan Drago, and our country has been like Rocky Balboa. With the COVID-19 vaccine on the near horizon, the FDA approval is going be like landing the punishing blow that cuts Drago and turns the tide of the fight. We will be fighting for a few more rounds, but momentum will finally be on our side.
The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News
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The safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving this year is to celebrate with people in your household. If you do plan to spend Thanksgiving with people outside your household, take steps to make your celebration safer.
The Booster Bulletin: COVID-19 Vaccine Edition
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In the United States, there is not yet an authorized or approved vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Once available, COVID-19 vaccines will help prevent a disease that can be dangerous, or even deadly.