Governor Gets Shot

Gov. Bill Haslam smiled for several cameras as he sat down and received a flu shot to his right arm from Assistant Nurse Supervisor Donna Davis Tuesday morning at the Montgomery County Health Department, reports the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle.
Haslam, who was joined by Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner, said it was the largest crowd he’s ever had for a shot. Both of them stressed the importance of getting protection against the virus.
“Unlike years past, we don’t have a shortage of vaccine,” said Haslam, who was in town to participate in activities at Fort Campbell Tuesday afternoon.
“Unlike other times, I don’t think you’ll have a long wait. I think now there’s so many places you can get a flu shot, it really is easy and it’s smart.”

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