By KFDA Assignments Desk
Oklahoma - Nearly 93,000 additional doses of the H1N1 vaccine is expected to arrive in the state of Oklahoma, and state officials have planned a "vaccination blitz" for this weekend.
Oklahoma state health officials say they will deliver as many vaccinations as they can at several different locations across the state. The sites will be announced later this week.
People eligible for the "priority" group now include all children from six months to 18 years old, and adults 19 to 64 years old with chronic diseases, custodial parents of infants less than six months old, and pregnant women.