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U.S. Group Heads to Canada for Flu Shots

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Because of the shortage of flu vaccine in the United States, 260 people from northern New York crossed the border into Canada and paid $25 each to get their shots at a private clinic. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann reports.



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