H1N1 clinics begin Monday in Aiken County schools

Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009 4:12 PM
Last updated 4:14 PM
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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control will begin H1N1 flu clinics in Aiken County schools Monday.

Permission slips will be sent home with students one week before the clinic, according to Cecelia Davidson, Aiken County’s associate superintendent of administration.

Dr. Davidson said schools with clinics not scheduled will resume after winter holidays. Students may not as to transfer to a clinic outside of their zoned school either, she said.

Parents can contact individual schools or the district office for more information.

Clinics will be held on the following dates:

Monday- Ridge Spring Monetta Elementary/Middle and Ridge Spring High

Tuesday - JD Lever and North Aiken Elementary

Nov 30- North Augusta Elementary

Dec 1- Belvedere Elementary and Clearwater Elementary

Dec 7- Millbrook Elementary and Greendale Elementary

Dec 8- Redcliffe Elementary and Jackson Middle

Dec 9- Aiken Elementary and Warrenville Elementary

Dec 14- Jefferson Elementary and Gloverville Elementary

Dec 15 - Byrd Elementary and Byrd Learning Center

Dec 16- Busbee Elementary and A.L. Corbett Middle

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Does_it_really_matter
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Does_it_really_matter 11/18/09 - 06:40 pm
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Wow...way to be relevant.

Wow...way to be relevant. Most of the district has been out sick already with this stuff

msitua
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msitua 11/18/09 - 09:24 pm
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I have seen the information

I have seen the information and the permission slips. Sadly, it leaves out the correct information. It's a dangerous vaccine containing 25 micrograms of mercury and other toxins. It's not been tested properly. There is no study showing these vaccines actually provide immunity. Thousands of bad side efffect complaints have already been filed with VAERS including children who suffered seizures following the H1N1 vaccination

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