Courtesy of Bellevue College

Bellevue College (BC) recently confirmed in a press release that at a Nov. 6 drive-through flu-shot event, more than 55 vaccines were administered to the BC community.

“We want to be sure that everyone in our BC community has the opportunity to be vaccinated for the flu; a preventable disease that can be very serious,” said Gail McFarland, MPH, CNMT, RT (CT), Health Sciences, Education and Wellness Institute instructor and clinical coordinator, in a press release. “The more BC community members who are protected, the more we can save our valuable community resources during this pandemic.”

According to the release, the event, held in the third level of the BC parking garage, was accomplished through a partnership with the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital, the Bellevue College RN to BSN program, Health & Wellness program, Wellness Center, and the BC Flu Team.

To learn more, go to the Bellevue College website.