The swine flu epidemic hasn’t ended, and Shasta County Public Health officials still urge residents to get vaccinated.
“The virus is still circulating,” said Dr. Andrew Deckert, “and we have enough vaccine for everyone who wants it. Very young children, older adults and people with chronic diseases are at highest risk for the most severe complications if they get the flu.”
Private health care providers all over the county have the H1N1 vaccine now, and vaccinations are available at Public Health offices as well. For more info, click here.
- If you enjoy choral music, we’ve got a treat for you. The famed Chapman University Choir will perform in Redding on Wednesday night, along with choir students from Shasta and Enterprise high schools. The concert begins at 7 p.m. at the beautiful David Marr Auditorium at the Shasta Learning Center, 2200 Eureka Way. Admission is only $1!
- Mark Your Calendars for this Saturday, when the Redding Improv performs at Old City Hall at 1313 Market St. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $6 at the door.
- Rules for Successful Living #14: Check for pitchforks before you jump in the haystack.
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