The vaccination clinics will begin Jan. 8 and will cost $15each. The chain said the immunizations will continue as long asenough doses are available.
Stop & Shop said the immunizations will be provided bycertified and trained pharmacists and through the company'spartnership with Maxim Health Services.
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells usthat many people in the highest risk groups have been vaccinatedagainst H1N1 and are now encouraging us all to protect ourselvesagainst H1N1," said said Jim Wonderly, vice president of pharmacyoperations for the chain.
Customers interested in receiving the H1N1 vaccination at theirlocal Stop & Shop can talk to their pharmacist, visit Stop &Shop’s website, or obtain additional information bycalling (800) 767-7772 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5p.m.
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