Hundreds of York residents took part in a free flu shot program at the Albert S. Weyer Health Center.
Nurses administered more than 80 vaccinations during a two hour period. The city opened its doors to help curb the spread of the flu that continues to hit the region.
Health officials targeted the young and the elderly who are more at risk of developing severe symptoms and complications. Jeff Robison who is 63, says this strain of virus caught his attention and that made him get his first flu shot as an adult.
York residents can still get a free flu shot at the Weyer Health Center, but they must call first and schedule an appointment.