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Health departments in Sebastian, Crawford, Logan and Franklin counties are among those offering hepatitis A and tetanus vaccinations to those impacted by recent flooding. The vaccinations will be provided at no cost to the patient, but patients should bring their insurance information with them if they have it, according to a news release from the Arkansas Department of Health.Because of the possibility of a debris-related injury after a flood, it is recommended that all respondersHealth departments in Sebastian, Crawford, Logan and Franklin counties are among those offering hepatitis A and tetanus vaccinations to those impacted by recent flooding. The vaccinations will be provided at no cost to the patient, but patients should bring their insurance information with them if they have it, according to a news release from the Arkansas Department of Health.Because of the possibility of a debris-related injury after a flood, it is recommended that all responders

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The Arkansas Department of Health is offering free tetanus and hepatitis A vaccinations at local health units across the state for those impacted by recent flooding. Department spokeswoman Meg Mirivel says residents and responders who are assisting with flood cleanup should confirm they're up to date on their tetanus vaccination.The Arkansas Department of Health is offering free tetanus and hepatitis A vaccinations at local health units across the state for those impacted by recent flooding. Department spokeswoman Meg Mirivel says residents and responders who are assisting with flood cleanup should confirm they're up to date on their tetanus vaccination.

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