What an amazing world and time we live in right now. Yes there is a pandemic going on. And maybe that urgency has forced us to step our game up and make the science and technology more accessible to people on the go.

We're used to drive thru food, banking, and even in Vegas weddings.

But in today's modern world and in the age of the pandemic, we now have drive up medical clinics.

Because of Covid, we have this.

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Yup. Drive thru covid testing. You need the swab?

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How about a blood test?

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All from the ease and comfort of your car.

For two weekends in Owosso, you can get a flu shot and you won't even have to leave your vehicle.

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Here's everything you need to know:

  • Memorial Healthcare
  • Drive-thru Flu Vaccination Clinic
  • Saturday October 3rd & October 17th from 12 noon to 4 pm
  • Owosso
  • Free with most health insurance otherwise $35 and assistance is available if you can't afford to pay.
  • The clinic is open to everyone ages 5 and up. No registration or appointment is needed.
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Michiganders are encouraged to get a flu shot and especially this year because of Covid-19.

And now is prime time to get a flu shot so it will last all flu season.

According to the CDCtaking the flu shot too early is not a good idea either.

Getting vaccinated in July or August is too early, especially for older people, because of the likelihood of reduced protection against flu infection later in the flu season. September and October are good times to get vaccinated. (CDC)

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