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Free flu vaccines

Woodford County Public Health Director Cassie Prather again encouraged everyone in the community to get their flu vaccinations this year. “Because we don’t want to be caught in the middle of a pandemic with a vaccine-preventable illness, which could compound the symptoms (of those viruses),” she said.

“And as a result of that,” she continued, “for the first time we are offering a free drive-thru flu shot event …” In conjunction with Woodford County Emergency Management and Falling Springs Arts and Recreation Center, and state Department of Public Health, the free vaccinations will be given to residents Wednesday Oct. 28, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Woodford County Park’s Huffman Pavilion, she said.

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