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By Maggie Hall, PIO

November 26, 2019

Get an early start on healthy holidays—at no cost to you. To celebrate National Influenza Vaccination Week, Dec. 1-7, the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) will provide flu vaccines at no cost on Wednesday, Dec. 4.

Clinics are open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for no-cost flu vaccines that day only. No appointments are necessary. The usual fee for a flu vaccine ranges from $30 to $65 for the high dose one for seniors. For infants, children and youth through the age of 18, the flu vaccine is always provided at no cost.

Get your no-cost flu vaccine on Dec. 4 at these DOH-Pinellas clinics:

The Centers for Disease Control marks the annual observance each December to time it with holiday celebrations. It takes about two weeks after the flu vaccine to build immunity, so now’s a great time to get one at no cost before it’s time for parties and gatherings in December. The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone from the age of six months on. Pregnant women should get the vaccine for protection, as should families with infants too young to receive the vaccine.

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