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The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get immunized against influenza every year. Flu vaccine not only protects you, but also those around you. If you have insurance, you should call your regular medical clinic for information on their plans to offer flu shots this season. You may also ask at your local pharmacy, as many provide flu vaccine paid for by insurance.

Public Health can provide flu vaccine at our immunization clinics to children who are uninsured or have MA or Badger Care.

Call (608) 266-4821 for appointments.


Injectable flu vaccine is available for children 6 months to 18 years of age. We no longer have flu vaccine for adults.

This will be updated as supply changes.

Flu mist is not available this season.

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Other sources of information about seasonal flu

Flu Vaccine

Get the flu vaccine every year–now recommended for everyone over 6 months of age. Don't take chances with your family's health.

How Influenza Can Hurt Your Family (PDF), Immunization Action Coalition



Key Contacts

(608) 266-4821

Wisconsin Immunization Registry
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