Grand Forks Could See More Swine Flu CasesHealth care workers are preparing for a third wave of the H1N1 virus. And they're stocking up on vaccines.
Health care workers are preparing for a third wave of the H1N1 virus. And they're stocking up on vaccines.
They say its hard to predict if we'll see another surge of the virus. But they say its certainly possible. Now they're stocking up on vaccines. They say the public seems to be worried less now than just a few months ago, but the virus is still out there.
Kathy Dunn/Immunization Program Coordinator: We all have our supplies of vaccine there's plenty of it available in the country. They've changed the delivery system a little bit but we still have access to it if we need it."
There will be a free H1N1 clinic tomorrow at the Alerus Center from 5-8 PM. They have more than 3-thousand doses.
There are also walk-in clinics every Thursday afternoon in January at the Polk County Public health offices in East Grand Forks, Crookston and McIntosh.