Central Kentuckians Taking Flu Precautions

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Updated: 1/14/2013 11:14 pm
      People in central Kentucky are taking extra precautions to prevent getting the flu this season.

      Most folks say they're becoming self-conscious about what they touch and keeping their hands clean.

     Others say they're getting the flu shot this year, even if they normally don't in year's past.

     If you would like to find out where you can get a flu shot in Lexington, click on the link below.

     www.flu.gov/prevention

    
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