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FULTON COUNTY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Local health leaders areworking to make it easier for residents to get their flu shot.

The Fulton County HealthDepartment is holding several flu shot clinics throughout the county. They areworking to make sure residents have an easy way to get vaccinated.

The nurses are stopping atlibraries, fire stations, and community centers, and officials say they hopethis increases the number of people who get a flu shot.

"I think that it does helppeople to just be able to walk across the street to get their flu shot," saidCindy Rose, director of nursing at the health department.

Clickhere for a complete list of clinics being held in Fulton County.

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