GREENVILLE, S.C.After-school H1N1 vaccination clinics for middle and high school students are scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 26-29 at four high schools across Greenville County.
Middle and high school students may get their free H1N1 vaccination at any of the four after-school clinics. They must present a signed parent consent Form at a clinic to receive the H1N1 vaccine. Parents will receive a consent form and a letter about the clinics from their childs school.
The clinics will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at the following locations: Hillcrest High School on Jan. 26, Wade Hampton High School on Jan. 27, Greer High School on Jan. 28 and Southside High School on Jan. 29.
Parents and students should not arrive before 3:50 p.m. at any after-school clinic so high schools hosting the clinics can safely dismiss students. Parents of middle school students must be present for their child to be immunized. High school students do not have to be accompanied by a parent. Students without a parent will have to be observed for about 10 minutes to ensure there is no negative reaction to the H1N1 vaccination.
If you have further questions about the H1N1 vaccine, please call your doctor or the Greenville County Health Department at 282-4100.