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Flulapalooza 2016

Oct. 14, 2016, 1:31 PM

(photo by Joe Howell)
(photo by Joe Howell)

Biomedical sciences graduate student Erica Tross, right, receives a flu shot from Kim Steanson, DNP, at Tuesday’s Flulapalooza mass vaccination event. Organizers say 14,048 employees, students and volunteers received vaccinations at this year’s event.

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