They will offer the nasal spray vaccine to people who are eligible to receive it within the priority groups.
Healthy children ages 2 to 24, caregivers for children and healthcare and emergency medical services personnel can receive the FluMist nasal spray.
The injectable form of the H1N1 Vaccine will be available to pregnant women, children ages 6 month to 2 years, and anyone with chronic medical conditions or weakened immune system that cannot receive the nasal spray vaccine within the priority groups.
Specific locations for H1N1 vaccination clinics include:
People living in Wake County can get more information about H1N1 flu and seasonal flu by visiting www.wakegov.com/flu or calling 212-7000.
Walmart will offer another round of H1N1 vaccinations at select Walmart stores also on Wednesday in Durham, Winston-Salem, Mebane and Greensboro.
Mollen Immunization will administer the vaccine. The clinics will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Other clinics will be held throughout December at other select Walmart stores.
For a complete list of stores, dates and time visit flushotsusa.walmart.com