State opens flu vaccine to more
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota health officials plan to allow most people to receive H1N1 flu vaccinations.
If health-care providers have enough vaccine for priority groups such as young people, beginning Wednesday they may give shots or nasal mists to anyone, the Health Department announced Monday.
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