Influenza - Flu Shots
Flu Vaccine Availability:
At this time, the Public Health Department has State-issued flu vaccine designated for children ages 3 years to 18 years who are uninsured or have Medical coverage only. The Department does not have flu vaccine available for any other groups. Vaccination services are on a walk-in basis, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
As a community, it is great that the public has been taking the precautions to protect themselves from the flu. We encourage you to contact your medical provider or local pharmacies to ask about flu vaccine availability.
Listed below are Frequently Asked Question about Influenza - Flu Shots:
- What is Influenza?
- Who should get flu vaccinations?
- Why do I need to get a flu vaccine every year?
- Is the flu vaccine effective against all types of flu and cold viruses?
- What actions can I take to protect myself and my family against the flu this season?
- What is the cost for getting the flu shot?
For more information regarding the flu clinics or the flu vaccine please contact the Imperial County Public Health Department’s Immunization Program at (442) 265-6777 or (442) 265-1394 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Information related to flu clinics is also available on Facebook and Twitter.
For more information about the flu visit:
Use the Flu Vaccine Finder to find a flu vaccination location near you.