The 2013-2014 influenza vaccine (injectable) is now available. Only a single dose of this year’s vaccine is needed to protect you against the flu. All individuals, including healthy college students, should be vaccinated for influenza this season.
Even if you had the flu last year or received a vaccination last year, you are still at risk of getting the flu this year. Members of the campus community are urged to take measures to avoid the flu and minimize spread of infection.
To lower your risk of getting or spreading the flu:
If you do develop symptoms consistent with influenza, including fever, cough, sore throat and body aches, stay home from work, class and campus activities and minimize contact with others. You should stay home for at least 24 hours until after your fever is gone.
|Tuesday, September 17th||2:30pm-5:30pm||College of Business,
David Straz Hall Atrium
|Wednesday, September 18th||10:30am-1:30pm||College of Nursing, Terrace|
|Tuesday, September 24th||11:00am-2:00pm||AMU, 2nd Floor Lobby|
|Wednesday, September 25th||3:00pm-5:00pm||Law School, Eckstein Hall Lobby|
|Tuesday, October 1st||11:30am-1:30pm||Dental School, 2nd Floor|
|Saturday, October 5th||11:00am-2:00pm||AMU 254|
|Tuesday, October 8th||4:00pm-6:00pm||AMU, 2nd Floor Lobby|
|Wednesday, October 9th||11:30am-1:30pm||Dental School, 2nd Floor|
|Monday, October 28nd||10:00am-2:00pm||AMU, 2nd Floor Lobby
|Tuesday, October 29th||7:00am-5:00pm||AMU, 2nd Floor Lobby
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For further information
If you have questions or concerns about your symptoms, prevention tips or the flu shot, please contact the Marquette University Medical Clinic at (414) 288-7184.
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