2-year-old Rebecca Hoover watched her dad, Timothy Hoover, receive a flu shot Oct. 11 from nurse Cheryl Green as the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department and its Lex Flu Crew hosted Free Flu Friday at Imani Family Life Center, 1555 Georgetown Road. The one-day clinic was designed to give as many as 2,000 free flu shots to residents and help the health department test its emergency preparedness.
2-year-old Rebecca Hoover watched her dad, Timothy Hoover, receive a flu shot Oct. 11 from nurse Cheryl Green as the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department and its Lex Flu Crew hosted Free Flu Friday at Imani Family Life Center, 1555 Georgetown Road. The one-day clinic was designed to give as many as 2,000 free flu shots to residents and help the health department test its emergency preparedness. Herald-Leader
2-year-old Rebecca Hoover watched her dad, Timothy Hoover, receive a flu shot Oct. 11 from nurse Cheryl Green as the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department and its Lex Flu Crew hosted Free Flu Friday at Imani Family Life Center, 1555 Georgetown Road. The one-day clinic was designed to give as many as 2,000 free flu shots to residents and help the health department test its emergency preparedness. Herald-Leader

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