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Cherokee Nation Health Centers Still Offering Flu Vaccinations

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The Cherokee Nation Hospital in Tahlequah. The Cherokee Nation Hospital in Tahlequah.
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The Cherokee Nation says it has plenty of the flu vaccine at its nine health centers throughout northeastern Oklahoma.

The tribe is offering free flu shots to Native American patients by appointment or on a walk-in basis.

They're always evaluating their supply and may share some of the vaccine with non-Cherokee health centers, as it has done in the past.

The tribe has vaccinated more than 17,000 patients since October.

Find a list of Cherokee Nation health centers and hospitals here.

1/10/2013 Related Story: 6 New Flu Deaths Reported In Oklahoma

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