Flu Season Tips From The Marquette County Health Department

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Corinne Brownell and Dr. Terry Frankovich of the Marquette County Health Dept.

Corinne Brownell and Dr. Terry Frankovich of the Marquette County Health Dept.

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Marquette County Health Department is letting area residents know that although the flu season is underway, it’s not too late to get vaccinated.

Corinne Brownell, MCHD Clinical Director, and Dr. Terry Frankovich, MCHD Medical Director, joined The SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike today to talk about the managing the flu.

Dr. Frankovich told us that this year’s vaccine is a close match with this year’s flu strain, which makes it very highly effective this season.

Director Brownell said that while all of the Health Department’s vaccination clinics have been held for the year, there are several options for members of the public to still get vaccinated, AND, they’re not all SHOTS!

LISTEN – Dr. Frankovich and Director Brownell on the flu season and vaccinations.

VISIT – The Marquette County Health Department.

 

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