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PHOTO GALLERY: H1N1 vaccines doled out

Friday, January 29, 2010 | 5:48 p.m. CST; updated 5:59 p.m. CST, Friday, January 29, 2010

Nurse Jessie Baylor applies the nasal-spray version of the H1N1 vaccine to Joe Sall in Memorial Union. Nurses administered 241 H1N1 vaccinations during the day; the Boone County Health Department has given out 25,000 vaccinations this season.

H1N1 vaccines were offered in two forms, a nasal spray (left) and a shot (right). The Boone County Health Department has given out 25,000 free vaccinations this season and visited every school in the county at least once.
MU graduate student Rebecca Mowry (CQ) receives her H1N1 vaccination from nurse Jessie Baylor (CQ) Friday in Memorial Union. The Boone County Health Department, along with Healthy for Life: Atkins UM Wellness Program, gave free H1N1 vaccinations to MU students, employees and their families.

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