Foo…it's flu season.

I’m sure we’ve all heard sniffling and coughing and sneezing by our neighbors and co-workers, thanks to the terrible allergies. But guess what? If that isn’t enough, it’s flu season. Yes, already.

Not to worry; the Rogers County Health Department has you covered. They are currently taking appointments for the influenza vaccine (you must call 918-341-3166 to schedule). Children under 18 are free, as are seniors over 65. For everyone else, it’s most likely $25 (fees are based on income).

The Rogers County Health Department is located at 2664 N. Highway 88. And remember, wash your hands!

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