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Fort Meade's 2011-2012 Mass Influenza Vaccination Campaign

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  • 1. 2011 – 2012 Mass Influenza Vaccination Campaign Dates Times and Locations • Mass influenza vaccinations for Active Duty Military (individuals /units) will be administered at the SRP on their appointed date and time. NOTE: Reserve and National Guard personnel MUST be in a duty status when receiving any DoD directed immunization: McGill Training Center, Ballroom: 14 Oct, 17 – 21 Oct from 0730 –1530 • Military Healthcare System Eligible Beneficiaries (i.e., Active Duty Family Members, Military Retirees and their Family Members) and DoD Civilian Employees McGill Training Center, daily at 0800 –1530 in Classroom 6: 3 – 6 Oct, 11– 13 Oct, 24 – 28 Oct and 31 Oct – 4 Nov • Retiree Appreciation Day @ McGill Training Center: 7 Oct / 0800 – 1200: (Army Public Health Nurse) • Eligible Beneficiaries who miss the scheduled dates / times listed above may present to the Allergy/Immunization Clinic at KACC Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri, 0730 – 1530 and • Thurs, 0800 – 1530 • NOTE: Unless eligible under one of the other • eligible beneficiary categories listed above, contractors • will provide influenza immunizations to their employees.

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