Supermarkets forced to cancel their seasonal flu shot clinics due to vaccine shortages are resorting to alternative measures that include advice, recommendations and education. For companies with popular annual clinics, the cancellations are hindering traditionally strong outreach programs that feature the supermarket pharmacy. “We're just waiting to find out when — and if — the [vaccines] become available again, and at that time we would resume our flu clinic schedule,” said Karen ...

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