Influenza (The Flu)

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6/28/2024: We do not currently have flu vaccine. We will have it again in the Fall. 

Who We Can Vaccinate

  • Children 18 and under who are:
    • On BadgerCare or are eligible for BadgerCare
    • Alaskan Native or American Indian
    • Uninsured or whose insurance does not cover vaccination

Schedule an appointment

If you're making an appointment for more than one person: If you are making appointments for your child, you should make an appointment for each recipient. For example, if you and your two kids are all getting vaccinated, make three separate appointments. You can use the same phone and email address for all appointments, but please use different names for each appointment.

South Park Street Clinic

2230 S. Park Street, Madison
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East Washington Ave Clinic

2705 E. Washington Ave, Madison
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About Getting a Flu Vaccine

  • The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get a flu shot every year.
  • It is safe to get your flu shot and a COVID shot or booster at the same time or without regard to timing.
  • If you're pregnant, getting the flu vaccine helps protect your baby from flu infection for several months after birth, before your baby can be vaccinated.
  • While some people who get vaccinated can still get sick, flu vaccination helps protect against serious illness, hospitalization, and death.
  • Read more on CDC's website.
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