Many shots were taken on the hardwood Wednesday at Minges Coliseum, but one organization was giving shots out as well.
Fans took time out during the ECU men's basketball game Wednesday night to get their H1N1 vaccination.
"The flu stops with me" is the slogan the student health services staff used to encourage people to swing by and get their swine flu shot.
As of January 30th, only 5 percent of college students in North Carolina have received the vaccine distributed to colleges through the Division of Public Health.
Health Officials at ECU thought using the atmosphere of a basketball game would help people relax.
The student health services will be offering more H1N1 vaccinations during the basketball game this Saturday at 7PM.
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