In 2006 Chicago O'Hare became the first major airport to offer passengers flu vaccines at kiosks in the gates—right next to sports bars and magazine stands. Nearly a dozen other airports had already been offering them at clinics in out-of-the-way spots in the terminals. USA Today reports that this flu season (December through March) O'Hare plans to give out 6,000 vaccinations. The paper also posted online where you can find flu shot kiosks or clinics at about 20 airports.
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