H1NI Flu Guidance

H1N1 Flu Guidance for Parents and Schools

The Wayne County Department of Public Health is working closely with Wayne County schools to prevent and manage the spread of H1N1 flu virus in schools. Children are known to be highly likely to transmit flu viruses especially in school and other group settings.  Parents and educators are primary in helping to prevent the spread of H1N1 flu, and other communicable diseases in the community. Below are guidance and resources for parents and schools to assist in containing the spread of the flu virus.

General Information - Updated, 11.19.09

Information for Schools - Updated, 11.19.09

School Health Personnel - Updated, 12.15.09

Continuity of Learning - Updated, 12.15.09

PDF DocumentGuidance on vaccine for pneumonia prevention related to seasonal and H1N1 flu

PDF DocumentWCHD H1N1 Mass Clinic Pre-Registration Immunization Consent Form 

Wayne County Health Department (Revised, 12.15.09)

Wayne County Health Department are offering 2009 H1N1 vaccinations to all Wayne County residents 6 months of age and over, free of charge.

PDF DocumentH1N1 Mass Immunization Clinics

H1N1 vaccine will be available in Wayne County to all residents on a walk-in basis at the times and locations as posted.

PDF DocumentRoutine Immunization Clinics offering H1N1

Wayne County Health Department clinics will be providing H1N1 vaccinations to all residents according to clinic hours as indicated.

Seasonal and H1N1 Flu 24-Hour Information Recording

(734) 727-7163

Information on Communicable Diseases

(734) 727-7063 Business Hours

Michigan Department of Public Health Phone Hotlines

Information on Communicable Diseases

(517) 335-8165 Business hours

(517) 335-9030 After hours

Immunization Questions

(517) 335-8159 Business hours only

Center for Disease Control

H1N1 Vaccine Information Statements for Michigan

PDF DocumentNasal vaccine (LAIV)
PDF DocumentFlu shot vaccine (Inactivated)

Presidential Declaration, 10.24.09

Presidential declaration of national emerency with respect to the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic