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Want a flu shot this season? You’ll be able to get one later this month without even getting out of your car.
The city of Palm Coast will offer a drive-thru flu shot clinic 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 19 and Oct. 20, at Fire Station No. 21, 9 Corporate Drive.
The clinic will be open to the public — adults only (no one under 18 years old can participate).
Medicare cards are the only insurance accepted. The cost for all others is $25 per shot. No appointments are necessary. No need to even get out of the car as the city will have a drive-thru station set up.
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