By Kate Gaier
3:30 pm October 7, 2006
Local health departments in Georgia are beginning the first phase of flu vaccinations.
Right now only patients considered to be high-risk can get the vaccine at the Health Department.
Patients considered to be high-risk include children aged six to 23 months, persons over the age of 65, and pregnant women.
Health officials say vaccines will be available at a later date for the general public.
Archbold's Urgent Care Center in Thomasville says they should have the vaccine for everyone later this month.
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