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Time-Crunched People Take Advantage of Drive-Through Flu Vaccine Clinic

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Time-crunched people around D.C. are taking advantage of a drive-through flu vaccine clinic in Northern Virginia. The drive-through clinic is operated by a health center called Nova Medical and it's meant to cater to those who don't have time for the doctor's office.

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