More than 100 million people worldwide are infected with polio.
But if you’ve never been to a polio vaccination clinic in your own city, here’s what you need to know.1.
NYC: The city has a large number of clinics, with clinics in every borough and city.
Most have locations near subway stations.
Most of the clinics are staffed by trained health care workers, but there are some that don’t.
There are also several outpatient clinics, including one near the Empire State Building.
You can also go to the Manhattan Medical Center, the same facility that’s where a few people contracted polio in the 1940s.2.
OHIO: The state has two clinics in Cleveland and one in Columbus.
If you have to get your vaccinations at the Columbus facility, they’ll take the form of a nasal spray and inject it into your mouth.3.
MIAMI: The most visited city in the US is Miami, but if you’re visiting a clinic in the city, you can get vaccinated at one of the five public health clinics located in the heart of Miami.
They are all staffed by people who have been vaccinated, and the most recent clinic opened in 2014.4.
ARIZONA: The last clinic in Arizona is open every year.5.
NEW YORK: The first clinic opened last year in the borough of Brooklyn, and it’s now home to about 70 people.
They also have one clinic near the Lincoln Memorial, and two more in Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.6.
CAROLINA: The only one of these three clinics that has a full staff is located in Charlotte.
They offer vaccines for adults and children, and they also provide an outpatient clinic to people with chronic conditions who want to get vaccines at home.7.
WASHINGTON: The Washington, DC clinic has about 70 patients, but it’s the only one that’s staffed by health care professionals.
There is also one outpatient clinic in D.C., but there is no staff to provide vaccinations.8.
SPAIN: In the Spanish-speaking country, the government has three vaccination clinics in Ciudad Juarez, which covers the northern parts of the country.
The third clinic in Ciustámico, in the south, is located near Madrid.9.
MEXICO CITY: There are two clinics near the capital, including the one in Mexico City that opened in 2012.
You need to go to El Universal, which is a government-run health center.
You will also need to take a bus from one of its four hospitals to the clinic in Mexico, where you can go in person.10.
BALTIMORE: The second clinic is in the old U.S. Courthouse, which was built in 1864 and was used for trials of the first polio vaccine.
You’ll need to show proof of residency in the U.s., which can be difficult.11.
DALLAS: The fourth clinic is a one-day appointment.
The clinics in Dallas and Houston are closed on weekends.12.
NEW JERSEY: You’ll be able to get vaccinated on the third day of your appointment, which usually is the first day of the month.13.
LOS ANGELES: The third and final clinic is located at the University of Southern California.
You must go to UCSD.14.
BOSTON: There is one clinic in Boston that is staffed by healthcare professionals.
You are also required to bring your own kit and a doctor’s note, and there is also a pharmacy in the area.15.
WEST VIRGINIA: The clinic is open for all ages and all ages are vaccinated.16.
TEXAS: There’s one clinic, the Texas Health Presbyterian Clinic, in Austin.
You should bring your vaccine kit with you.17.
NEW ORLEANS: There have been several outbreaks in the New Orleans area, but this is the only clinic that is in Louisiana.18.
PHILADELPHIA: There was one clinic that was operating in Philadelphia, but that clinic closed in 2011.19.
PHOENIX: There has been an outbreak in Arizona.
You’re not required to get an inoculation kit, and you need only a passport.20.
NEW MEXICAN CITY: The Mexican Embassy in Washington, D. C., also operates a clinic that provides vaccines for about 100,000 people.
It has an office in Washington and a mobile clinic that has been operating in Mexico since 2003.21.
CALIFORNIA: If you live in California, you are not required by law to get vaccinations at any clinic in California.22.
NEWARK: The closest clinic is on the New Jersey Turnpike, about one mile (1.6 kilometers) away.23.
PHILLY: There will be a clinic on Route 1 in Philadelphia that will take your vaccination.
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