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Published December 04, 2009, 03:32 PM

H1N1 Vaccination Clinic at Walmart

It's a place where you might not expect to get an H1N1 flu shot...Walmart. But today Walmart and Mollen Immunization clinics were in Grand Forks giving shots to the public.

By: Steve Bodakowski, WDAZ

It's a place where you might not expect to get an H1N1 flu shot...Walmart.

But today Walmart and Mollen Immunization clinics were in Grand Forks giving shots to the public.

There were more than 200 doses available and they were all expected to go.

Mollen immunization clinics is one of the largest immunization providers in the country. They have a contract in place that lets them use Walmart stores to get the public the vaccine. The shots are 15-dollars, the money goes to pay administrative costs, the shot itself is paid for by the government.People getting shots today say it's a great place to have the clinic.

Adam Henry: "Everybody is here doing holiday shopping this way they can come in and get what they need for their family and make sure they don't get sick on the way out."

Clinics like today are open to the public but you still need to meet the eligibility requirements set forth by the centers for disease control.

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