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Dallas flu clinics continue as officials weigh how to distribute doses to the insured

Dallas Morning News, November 6, 2009

Dallas County health officials spent Thursday figuring out how to get people with insurance more 2009 H1N1 flu vaccine, even as they continued to vaccinate the uninsured. Almost 3,100 people received vaccine during the second day of the county's first large-scale walk-in vaccination clinic, bringing the two-day total to about 6,700. But plans announced by Texas officials on Wednesday may send thousands of doses a week to the county health department. And large clinics like the one this week that basically closed the department to anything but swine flu vaccinations just aren't practical very often, county health department director Zachary Thompson said.