When are flu immunization clinics held in 2024?

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Provided at no out-of-pocket charge to Hamilton residents, flu clinics will begin on September 30. The Division recommends that all residents aged 6-months and older get an annual flu shot. The Division's 55+ clinics are targeted at our high-risk population including senior citizens, the chronically ill, and individuals with special needs. We recommend that you consult with your physician if you have any questions as to whether you should receive this immunization.

Note: The current seasonal influenza vaccine is required every year for children 6 months through 59 months of age in order to attend daycare/pre-school after January 1.

In addition to adults, children over the age of 9 may also attend these clinics but must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Pneumonia vaccines will be offered to residents ages 65+ at all township flu clinics, or by appointment. To make an appointment call 609-890-3884 or 609-586-0311.

If getting both the flu and pneumonia vaccine during the same visit, the shots must be given in different arms. If there is a reason that the resident cannot receive a shot in both arms at the same time, then the flu shot only will be given and they will be asked to come back in two weeks to receive the pneumonia shot in that arm.

Please note that you may print, complete, and bring with you the Flu Vaccine Registration and Consent Form (PDF) to save time.

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1. Are flu immunizations provided to homebound residents?
2. Do I have to live in Hamilton to attend the Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic?
3. Do I have to pay for a flu immunization?
4. Is there a charge and is an appointment needed for the Sexually Transmitted Infection Clinic?
5. What are the times and places for the Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic?
6. What tests are available at the STD Clinic and is an examination provided?
7. When are the private flu clinics for over 55 communities?
8. When are flu immunization clinics held in 2024?
9. Who can come to the flu immunization clinics?
10. Who should receive Pneumonia Vaccine, and if I am eligible how do I schedule an appointment?
11. Where can I get information on the Coronavirus?