Fort Bend County Health & Human Services encourages everyone to protect their families and friends by protecting themselves from H1N1 flu.
“By preventing your own illness, you also protect your loved ones from catching the flu from you,” said Dr. Jean Galloway, director of Fort Bend County Health & Human Services.
H1N1 vaccinations are free to anyone over 6 months of age at any of the scheduled clinics. As more people guard themselves against the flu by getting vaccinated, fewer school and work days will be lost due to illness.
“The more people get their H1N1 vaccinations, the less likely it is that we will have a serious winter wave of flu illness,” said Galloway.
County HHS will be providing vaccinations at the County’s Rosenberg Annex Building, 4520 Reading Road, Rosenberg on December 28, December 29, and December 30. Times are 8:30 am to 12:00 noon, and also 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
For more information, contact David Wahome, the Public Information Specialist for Health and Human Services at 281-238-3551