News 10 ABC 
Friday, October 2, 2009
Editor: How long before getting the flu shot before you travel is mandatory? No shot, no fly.
SACRAMENTO, CA – Starting Friday morning, flu shots are available at Sacramento International Airport. An airport spokesperson says it’s a service aimed at the the busy traveler and it’s another way for the airport to try to stay flu-free.
The airport will provide flu, pneumonia, and tetanus shots in Terminal A. The vaccinations will be available in Terminal B on Wednesday, October 7. The flu and pneumonia shots cost $30 and the tetanus shots cost $35.
Passengers can get a shot either before they board a flight or after they land. Some travelers think it’s a good idea.
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“There’s no reason that I wouldn’t do it,” said traveler Steve Chalkins. “I think it’s a good service for people.”
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“I think it’s a wonderful idea because you have people coming in from all over the country with different germs and it would protect some of us,” said traveler Maxine Fields.
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