Health departments throughout the state are holding clinics to provide H1N1 vaccinations to people in high risk groups for the disease. There have been long lines and shortages of vaccines at some of those locations. Some health departments are taking steps to make those clinics run more smoothly. In an interview with Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles, Delaware General Health District spokesman Jesse Carter explains what his agency is doing to help make their clinics run more smoothly.
Carter says the Delaware General Health District has already provided more than 4,000 H1N1 vaccines through their clinics.