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September 18, 2012 12:00 AM

Editorial: Protect yourself, others with flu shot

IT WASN’T that long ago that getting a flu shot took some doing. You could make an appointment to see your doctor — if your doctor even put up with the hassle of giving the shots. Or you could trek down to the county health department and stand in line on the days the shots were administered. Ditto a few grocery and drug stores, which held flu shot “clinics” at what seemed like the most inconvenient of times, in some years accompanied by their own long lines.

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