Flu shot
Steve Renzi/Special to The Explorer, Jane Hicks, a registered nurse working for Mollen Immunization Clinics, gives Linda Haggerty an H1N1 flu shot at the Basha's on 15310 N. Oracle Rd. Shots are given periodically in Catalina,, according to Heather Lewis, customer care professional for Mollen. "Earlier, we had very good turnouts, sometimes up to 300 people in line, but recently it has been winding down," said Hicks.

Jane Hicks, a registered nurse working for Mollen Immunization Clinics, gives Linda Haggerty an H1N1 flu shot at the Basha's on 15310 N. Oracle Rd. Shots are given periodically in Catalina,, according to Heather Lewis, customer care professional for Mollen. "Earlier, we had very good turnouts, sometimes up to 300 people in line, but recently it has been winding down," said Hicks.

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