The Adams County Health Department continues their road trip across the county to make sure people get their flu vaccinations.
Health Department officials believe more people will show up for their flu shot in Liberty this year because more people know about it.
Shay Drummond said it's easier for them to travel to give people vaccinations, and said she expects 300-400 people to come in for their flu vaccinations.
"And for the senior citizens or the older folks who live out in the rural Liberty area, they don't have to make that trip into Quincy and many of them don't drive so they feel like this is a real benefit to them to get a ride here to the high school and get their shots," Drummond said.
The cost of a flu shot is $20 for adults and $10 for kids. To see a complete list of clinic dates and times, you can click on this link.
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