Student Health clinic encourages getting protection against the flu

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http://femininemoneymagic.com/?x=find-discount-viagra-pills-buy-online With the 2018 flu season in full force, the University of West Florida’s Student Health Service is recommending students receive their flu vaccinations as quickly as possible.

viagra pfizer canada “Its been a very busy and much worst flu season than usual,” Student Health Director Wesley Farr said. “I recommend everyone gets vaccinated as soon as you can this season.”

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source site While the Student Health Service clinic is current out of flu shots, local pharmacies are still offering vaccinations on a first come first serve basis.

best place to buy discount soft viagra now The CVS Pharmacy and Walgreens located on Davis Highway near University Parkway are both offering flu shots for as little as $19 or completely free with most insurance plans. As of the time of this writing, both pharmacies are in stock with flu shots.

enter “We saw a big demand from students this season from,” LPN Nina Barker said. “We ran out of our available flu shots pretty quickly.”

http://acrossaday.com/?search=who-sells-levitra-super-active-birkenhead-uk When asked about dismissing the effectiveness of the vaccine, Farr was stern in his approve of it.

“Even with the effectiveness down some this season, it should still not be passed over,” Farr said. “I always recommend that you be protected every flu season.”

For any questions or concerns regarding flu season, students should contact the Student Health Service clinic at 474-2172 or healthservices@uwf.edu.