2020 Public Flu Clinic Schedule
The flu vaccine is especially important this year. It significantly reduces the likelihood that you will get sick with the flu. It also minimizes the impact of respiratory illness in our community, which lessens the potential burden on the local healthcare system as we continue to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Getting vaccinated is an important step that you can take to protect yourself and others, including those at high risk.
- October 12 – Barre Auditorium – 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
- October 14 – Twin Valley Senior Center – 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
- October 15 – Waterbury Senior Center – 10:00 am to 11:30 am **10/14/20 Update: THE WATERBURY SENIOR CENTER FLU CLINIC IS CANCELLED. Please stay tuned for a new date and time! Thank you for your understanding.**
- October 27 – Northfield Senior Center – 10:00 am to 11:30 am
- October 29 – Barre Auditorium – 9:30 am to 11:30 am
- November 7 – CVHHH Office, Berlin – 10:00 am to Noon
- November 10 – Barre Auditorium – 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
- We are taking all precautions to protect your safety, including wearing masks (clinic staff and volunteers and all attendees), social distancing, and sanitizing between every client.
- All attendees will be screened and temperature checked upon arrival to the clinic. Please stay home if you feel unwell.
- All vaccines distributed on a first-come, first-served basis by a Registered Nurse.
- You must be 18 years of age or older.
- After the public clinic on October 12, we will no longer offer the high-dose flu vaccine. We will have the standard dose Quadrivalent flu vaccine only.
We accept most insurance providers, including Medicare Part B, Medicaid, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Vermont, Martin’s Point, MVP, Tricare, and Aetna
Call our Public Flu Clinic Hotline at 802-224-2299.
When the Flu Vaccine is Right for You
Vaccinations are available for anyone aged 18 years and older. All vaccinations are administered by a licensed nurse. We are offering Quadrivalent flu vaccine, which protects against four different flu strains; two influenza A viruses and two influenza B viruses. To learn more about the flu vaccine, visit the Centers for Disease Control online.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends that anyone 65 years and older and/or who is considered immuno-compromised get a flu vaccination. If you fall into any one of the following categories, you might want to consider a vaccine this season.
- People of any age who have certain chronic medical conditions
- Nursing home and long-term care facility residents
- People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from the flu
- You are pregnant
Frequently Asked Questions
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Have questions about our Public Flu Clinics?
Call Ashley Lafirira, RN, Long-Term Care Nurse Coordinator, or use the contact form on this page.802-224-2264