If you are 65 years of age and have a Medicare Card *this shot will be covered.*
If the shot is not covered by your insurance or you do not have medical insurance, the out-of-pocket cost is $90.
Your insurance information will be required when making an appointment. Please have your insurance card ready and a clear view of the front and back of your insurance card. We will need information contained on both sides of the card.
If you have secondary insurance, we will need that information also.
If you are five years of age or older you can be vaccinated without a prescription.
If you have medical insurance we will bill your plan to cover the cost of immunization.
Your insurance information will be required when making the appointment. Please have your insurance card ready and a clear view of the front and back of your insurance card. We will need information contained on both sides of the card. If you are not the primary insurance holder on your card, we will need their name and date-of-birth as well.
If your shot is not covered by insurance, the out-of-pocket cost is $40.
-All vaccines, immunizations, and tests will be by appointment only.
-Staff will be equipped with proper protection gear including; face masks, gloves, and will be using disinfectants containing at least 70% alcohol or higher.
-All demographic information, consent forms, insurance information, and payments will be collected over-the-phone or electronically to ensure safety.
-Services will be rendered curbside while you remain in your vehicle. Park in one of our designated parking spots, text “I am here at spot ___ for my flu shot!” A staff member will contact you shortly with further instructions.
We carry Afluria Quadrivalent Flu Shots. Patients 65 and older, we offer the Fluad Quadrivalent adjuvant flu shot. The high-dose flu shot is available upon request.
While the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has not yet voted on the flu vaccine recommendations for 2020-2021, CDC does not anticipate a major change in the recommendation on the timing of vaccination. Getting vaccinated in July or August is too early, especially for older people, because of the likelihood of reduced protection against flu infection later in the flu season. September and October are good times to get vaccinated. However, as long as flu viruses are circulating, vaccination should continue, even in January or later.
Immunization staff will be outfitted with all the necessary PPE to safely provide immunizations to patients. Face masks, face shields, gloves, and eye protection
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2020-2021 Influenza strains
1) A/Victoria/2454/2019 IVR-207
2) A/Hong Kong/2671/2019 IVR-208
3) 400 B/Victoria/705/2018 BVR-11
4) B/Phuket/3073/2013 401 BVR-1B
Influenza (Flu) and COVID-19 are both contagious respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different viruses. COVID-19 is caused by infection with a new coronavirus (called SARS-CoV-2) and flu is caused by infection with influenza viruses. Because some of the symptoms of flu and COVID-19 are similar, it may be hard to tell the difference between them based on symptoms alone, and testing may be needed to help confirm a diagnosis. Flu and COVID-19 share many characteristics, but there are some key differences between the two.
While more is learned every day, there is still a lot that is unknown about COVID-19 and the virus that causes it. This table compares COVID-19 and flu, given the best available information to date.
To learn more about COVID-19, visit Coronavirus (COVID-19).
To learn more about the flu, visit Influenza (Flu).
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