Flu VACCINE FOR CHILDREN AND UNINSURED ADULTS
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.
Flu Vaccine for Children
Public Health Madison & Dane County has flu shots for children 6 months through 18 years of age at its walk-in immunization clinics. Please check this website or our Flu Line at 243-0555 for updates.
Check the PHMDC Immunization Clinic schedule (PDF)
Flu Vaccine for Uninsured Adults
Public Health now has flu vaccine for uninsured adults available in limited supply at its walk-in Immunization Clinics.
Please call the Flu Line at 243-0555 for updates on supply and expected availability.
Public Health has Walgreens vouchers for Free Flu Vaccine (Injectable only)
- If you have no insurance for flu vaccine
- For ages 7 years or older
- For use at ANY Walgreens pharmacy
Call Public Health Madison & Dane County at 266-4821 and ask for a voucher to be mailed to you. Take the voucher to any Walgreens pharmacy for your free flu shot. Stay healthy and protect those around you!
Other sources of information about seasonal flu: