H1N1 vaccines offered at airport

Ticketed passengers traveling through San Diego International Airport will be able to get the H1N1 vaccine and other preventative shots starting tomorrow, according to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.

The flu shots, which will be administered by Pacifica Medical, will be offered at four post-security locations in terminals 1 and 2, between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., according to the Airport Authority.

At each kiosk, travelers and airport employees will have the option of receiving vaccines for the H1N1 influenza, hepatitis A and B, pneumonia, typhoid and the seasonal flu.

The cost for an H1N1 vaccine for San Diego County residents will be $13.50, according to the Airport Authority. Out-of-town travelers will pay $15.

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