Cleveland, OH (WOIO) - With pregnant women being the most vulnerable population facing the H1N1 virus, health officials in Cleveland hosted a vaccine clinic Thursday.
The clinic was sponsored by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health and was held up until 3:30PM on 5550 Venture Drive in Parma.
The clinic was for expectant mothers who have pre-registered to receive the vaccine through the Ohio Department of Health. Women were asked to bring their form with them.
However, those who have not pre-registered also had an opportunity to complete the necessary information at the clinic.
The department had enough vaccine to serve approximately 1500 mothers-to-be.