After filling out paperwork, patients were ready for their flu shot. Alison L. Mead

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Hundreds of adults and children turned out Sunday at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital to get free vaccinations against the flu. With help from dozens of volunteers, a long line of adults and children — at times snaking through several hallways — moved swiftly and efficiently through the process. In response to the recent statewide outbreak that caused a run on vaccine here and elsewhere, the clinic administered more than 800 doses of vaccine in one morning.


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