If you want to get a shot of the H1N1 vaccine, you’re probably out of luck for now.
The local public health office only has a limited amount, and El Centro Family Health has none at all but is expecting some, officials said. None of Las Vegas’ four pharmacies have any shots for swine flu on hand. This reflects a shortage nationally of the vaccine.
The Las Vegas Clinic for Children and Youth, a private organization, has the vaccine. It is available for children six months to 5 years and children 5 and older with chronic conditions, an employee said.
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