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Flu shots administered at Arnold AFB

Tina Bond, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Capt. Marc Green, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The flu shot is mandatory for active duty members of the military. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Tina Bond, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Capt. Marc Green, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The flu shot is mandatory for active duty members of the military. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Master Sgt. Lashonda Morehead, flight chief of Medical Operations at Arnold Air Force Base, directs traffic during a flu shot clinic Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold AFB, Tenn., as Tammie Raline, an office supervisor for the Coffee County Health Department, completes paperwork for an individual seeking to be vaccinated. The Coffee County Health Department held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledge that some whom receive the vaccine may still get sick, but that studies have shown the vaccination can reduce the severity of the illness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Master Sgt. Lashonda Morehead, flight chief of Medical Operations at Arnold Air Force Base, directs traffic during a flu shot clinic Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold AFB, Tenn., as Tammie Raline, an office supervisor for the Coffee County Health Department, completes paperwork for an individual seeking to be vaccinated. The Coffee County Health Department held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledge that some whom receive the vaccine may still get sick, but that studies have shown the vaccination can reduce the severity of the illness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Darla Sain, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Peggy Proffitt, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state it is more important to receive the flu vaccine this year to protect the individual and those around them, and to help reduce strain on healthcare systems during the COVID-19 pandemic. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Darla Sain, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Peggy Proffitt, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state it is more important to receive the flu vaccine this year to protect the individual and those around them, and to help reduce strain on healthcare systems during the COVID-19 pandemic. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Tina Bond, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Betty Rutherford, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Tina Bond, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Betty Rutherford, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Darla Sain, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Betty Rutherford, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020 at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that everyone 6 months old and older receive the flu vaccine every year, with few exceptions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

Darla Sain, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Betty Rutherford, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020 at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that everyone 6 months old and older receive the flu vaccine every year, with few exceptions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)

ARNOLD AIR FORCE BASE, Tenn. -- Tina Bond, a registered nurse with the Tennessee Department of Health, administers a flu shot to Capt. Marc Green, an Arnold Engineering Development Complex team member, Oct. 21, 2020, at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The Coffee County Health Department, which operates under the Tenn. Dept. of Health, held the clinic for all who could access the base. The shots were provided free of charge. The flu shot is mandatory for active duty members of the military. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)