Cherokee Nation hosts free flu vaccine clinics

BY STAFF REPORTS
10/03/2018 04:00 PM
TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation’s Health Services is offering free flu vaccinations for CN citizens and their families, including non-Native family members living in the household.

Tribal health officials have dozens of vaccination clinics scheduled in October and November at community buildings, local businesses, churches, town halls and health centers throughout the tribe’s jurisdiction. For the complete flu vaccination schedule, visit https://bit.ly/2P9hp7I.

The flu season typically runs September to March, but each year it peaks during different months. This year the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is encouraging early flu shots.

Vaccination clinic dates and locations are subject to change. Check the link above for updates or changes to vaccination schedule.

Health

BY STAFF REPORTS
12/14/2018 09:48 AM
Dr. Charles Grim steps do...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
11/30/2018 08:21 AM
Babies, unlike governments or businesses, have been...

BY STAFF REPORTS
11/26/2018 11:31 AM
The tribe’s Vinita Health Center has...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
11/16/2018 09:19 AM
Many licensed medical marijuana businesses in the ...

BY LINDSEY BARK
Reporter
11/13/2018 02:23 PM
W.W. Hastings Hospital has until Dec. 22 to show co...

BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
11/13/2018 10:54 AM
The Centers for Disease Control says 2.1 percent of Okla...