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Tri-County Health Care offers flu shot clinics

The Wadena-based nonprofit health care system will offer flu shot clinics in September and October at various locations.

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Tri-County Health Care will host flu shot clinics during September and October. Clinics will be available in Wadena, Bertha, Henning, Ottertail and Sebeka.

Tri-County Health Care offers a significant discount for those paying at the time of the flu shot clinic. Medicare Advantage Plans, Humana, Medicare, Medicaid and many other commercial insurances are accepted; confirm with your insurance company prior to the clinic. Pre-registration is encouraged. Masking, screening and physical distancing will take place at the flu shot clinics. The phone numbers are: 218-631-3510 for Wadena, 218-924-2250 for Bertha, 218-583-2953 for Henning, 218-367-6262 for Ottertail and 218-837-5333 for Sebeka.

The flu shot clinics in Wadena are from 7 a.m. to noon Sept. 18, Oct. 2 and Oct. 16, with the September date only for ages 65 and over, and the flu shot clinics in Bertha are from 7 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Sept. 29 and Oct. 13, with the September date only for ages 65 and over.

Other clinics include 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Oct. 20 in Henning, Oct. 26 in Ottertail and Oct. 6 in Sebeka for all ages.

Receiving the flu shot is an important step to safeguarding health during the fall and winter months. Getting the flu shot will also help relieve stress on health care systems still working under coronavirus pandemic conditions.

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Visit www.TCHC.org/events for more information.

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