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You Can Get Your COVID-19 & Flu Vaccine

Protect Yourself, Protect Your Family, Protect Your Time by getting an updated COVID-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine this fall.

Annual Flu vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months and up, especially young children, people with pre-existing conditions, pregnant people, and older adults.

Everyone 6 months and up is recommended to get an updated COVID-19 vaccination to better protect you and those around you. The updated COVID-19 vaccine protects against the variants currently responsible for most infections and hospitalizations in the United States. Those who have had a COVID-19 vaccine or booster recently, should wait 2 months from the time of their last COVID-19 vaccine to get the updated COVID-19 vaccine. 

You can get the updated COVID-19 vaccine and your seasonal flu vaccine on the same day.

Updated COVID-19 Vaccine and Annual Flu Vaccine are available in the community. Go to vaccines.gov to find a provider near you.

Those who do not have insurance or are underinsured should look for a provider that is participating in the “Bridge Program” when getting an updated COVID-19 vaccine. This program provides updated COVID-19 vaccine free to those without insurance or underinsured. Click here to register to get your updated COVID-19 vaccine through the Bridge Program at the Winnebago County Health Department.

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