So far this year, the Health Center has seen approximately 100 cases. But like Cal Poly’s chief doctor predicts this is only the beginning.
Seven locations in the San Luis Obispo area will offer free H1N1 vaccines with no appointment necessary.
We all know you should wash your hands, keep your hands off your face and take your vitamins but what else should we do to fight off H1N1?
The Health Center about 4,000 of the 7,000 vaccines will be given back the county for redistribution to other places that have priority needs.
The Cal Poly Health Center started a new free after-hours nurse hotline in response to H1N1. It will give students an alternative for health services when the health center is closed.
Ever since the first H1N1 cases in San Luis Obispo County were confirmed April 30, 2009 the question on everyone’s mind is where are the vaccines.
More than 100 patients were seen at the Health Center with flu-like symptoms on Monday. Students with symptoms were encouraged to skip class.