Waited too long for a flu shot? Not yet!

From the Arlington County DHS:

The Arlington County Health Department is offering flu shots to the general public for a limited time.

Who/When? For adults 18 and older, special clinics for flu shots ONLY:
Every Tuesday in January (begins Jan. 9)
9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

For children (and adults), please see attend one of our regular weekly Open Immunization Clinics.

*Please be advised these clinics service all immunization needs for children and adults *

Where? 3033 Wilson Blvd. 2nd Floor Clinic

Cost? $25. The clinic accepts cash and checks; we cannot accept credit/debit cards. We also cannot process insurance claims.

For more information: Please contact our Immunization Outreach Coordinator: 703-228-1280, or the Immunization Clinical Services Coordinator: 703-228-1621.

I haven’t gotten a flu shot in years and rarely get sick so I don’t go for these. I get my innoculation by working with children, who are like walking Petri dishes, and serve to exppose me to low doses of everything that is going around.

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