Brookline Flu Clinics Announced Through End of Year [POLL]
Health Department released their list of flu clinics for the remainder of the year. Are you planning to get a flu shot?
If you're worried about atching the flu this season, the Health Department has you covered.
The Brookline Health Department announced last week a series of flu clinics through the end of the year--including one on a weekend, Nov. 18. See the press releae for full details, then let us know if you plan to had over to one of these clinics.
Below is the full press release from the Brookline Health Department, issued Oct. 4:
Brookline Community Flu Clinic Schedule, 2012
The Brookline Department of Public Health today announced dates for the 2012 Brookline community flu clinics. This year Brookline will offer four clinics, including a weekend clinic at Baker School on Sunday, November 18. The Brookline seasonal flu clinics are open to all Brookline residents, including infants 6 months of age and older.
Important Information: There is no charge for the flu vaccine. All persons should receive thevaccine each year. Bring all health insurance cards to the clinic. Wear loose-sleeved clothing.
Dates, times and locations of the community clinics:
- Tuesday, October 30 – Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester Street – 10 am – 1 pm
- Wednesday, November 14 – Devotion School 345 Harvard Street – 3 pm – 6 pm
- Sunday, November 18 – Baker School 205 Beverly Road – 11 am – 2 pm
- Tuesday, December 4 – Brookline Health Dept., 11 Pierce Street – 4 pm – 6 pm
The seasonal flu clinics are sponsored by the Brookline Department of Public Health, VNA of Boston, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, the Brookline Housing Authority, and the Brookline Council onAging
Information about the Brookline 2012 seasonal flu clinics also may be obtained by calling 617-730-2295 or from the Brookline Town web site: www.brooklinema.gov.