With flu season quickly approaching, CSULB will hold several flu clinics on campus during the fall semester.
Flu season has hit its peak during the fall, and the CSULB Health Center is offering free flu vaccines to the Beach community to help stop the spread.
Student Health Services at Long Beach State held a drive-thru event Tuesday to administer flu shots to the community in parking lot G1.
Gift bags and breakfast were given to students, staff and faculty that attended to grand-reopening.
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