The Harvey County Health Department gave 155 doses of H1N1 vaccine in three days this week, with more than 70 doses given on the first day of limited walk-in clinics.

Statistics for Thursday and Friday vaccinations are not yet available.

On Tuesday, there will be a walk-in clinic from 4 p.m. until the supply is exhausted or until 8 p.m.

The Harvey County Health Department will not offer any flu vaccine on Monday or Tuesday during the day. The Health Department will provide vaccines to priority groups identified by the Centers for Disease Control.

These groups are: pregnant women, anyone who lives with or provides care to infants younger than 6 months old, children 6 months to 4 years old, and children 5 to 18 years old with chronic health conditions.

The following is a breakdown of what population groups were vaccinated this week:

31 percent of vaccinations went to pregnant women 48 people

61 percent went to people with infants, child-care workers or health-care workers 96 people

39.35 percent of those were injection (61) and 22.58 percent (35) were mist

7 percent (11) went to children younger than 2 (half doses)