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First swine flu vaccination clinic hosted by the health department in southern Collier County

See smaller Deb Millsap of the Collier County Health Department coordinates the county's H1N1 vaccine clinics. The event was held Friday at the former Kmart at US 41 and Collier Blvd., and had vaccinated more than 1,000 people by 5 p.m.

Lance Shearer/ Special to the Eagle

Deb Millsap of the Collier County Health Department coordinates the county's H1N1 vaccine clinics. The event was held Friday at the former Kmart at US 41 and Collier Blvd., and had vaccinated more than 1,000 people by 5 p.m.

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  • Emergency Medical Technician Lt. Anthony Hiserodt administers a swine flu vaccination to Frank Stute of Marco Island at the Collier County Health Department's H1N1 clinic Friday at the former Kmart location at US 41 and Collier Blvd. Currently, only high-risk individuals are eligible for the shots.
  • Registered nurse Carli Clendenen administers swine flu vaccine to the nose of Christia Garcia, 2, while his dad Salvador holds him. Over 1,000 people in high-risk categories received the H1N1 vaccine at Collier's first H1N1 clinic Friday on the East Trail.
  • Deb Millsap of the Collier County Health Department coordinates the county's H1N1 vaccine clinics. The event was held Friday at the former Kmart at US 41 and Collier Blvd., and had vaccinated more than 1,000 people by 5 p.m.
  • Christia Garcia, 2, waits with his dad Salvador to be vaccinated at the first swine flu clinic in southern Collier County Friday in the former Kmart at US 41 and Collier Blvd. Until more vaccine doses are available, only high-risk individuals are eligible to receive the immunizations.
  • Emergency Medical Technician Lt. Anthony Hiserodt administers a swine flu vaccination to Frank Stute of Marco Island at the Collier County Health Deptartment's H1N1 clinic Friday at the former KMart location at US 41 and Collier Blvd. Currently, only high-risk individuals are eligible for the shots.
  • Registered nurse Carli Clendenen administers swine flu vaccine to the nose of Christia Garcia, 2, while his dad Salvador holds him. Over 1,000 people in high-risk categories received the H1N1 vaccine at Collier's swine flu clinic Friday on the East Trail.
  • Deb Millsap of the Collier County Health Department works to coordinate the county's H1N1 vaccine clinics. The event was held Friday at the former Kmart at US 41 and Collier Blvd., and vaccinated more than 1,000 people between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

More than 1,000 people went to the former Kmart on U.S. 41 East and Collier Boulevard to receive H1N1, or swine flu, vaccinations from the Collier County Health Department Friday. The clinic was the first held in southern Collier County, with additional clinics scheduled in November with additional clinic details yet to be announced for December.

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