New York City health officials have opened weekend clinics for swine flu vaccinations.
The clinics were opened Saturday in all five boroughs. Health officials say about 1,000 school-age children received the vaccination on Saturday.
Starting Sunday, people 4 to 24 years old and pregnant women of any age will be able to get the vaccine at the clinics.
The clinics are open on weekends from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in November and December.