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Home Health Parents Flu has hit Maryland hard so get the family vaccinated

Flu has hit Maryland hard so get the family vaccinated

sick teen WThe flu is widespread in Maryland, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s weekly report. So if your family has not been vaccinated, it’s not too late. Flu tends to peak from December through March.

Here are some options for getting vaccinated this winter.

Anne Arundel County

Free seasonal flu vaccines are available by appointment only at the Anne Arundel County Department of Health’s Glen Burnie and Parole health Centers.

Glen Burnie – 410-222-7247
Parole – 410-222-7247

Calvert County

Clinics are held Tuesday mornings, 8:30-11 a.m. at the Calvert County Health Department, 975 Solomons Island Road N, Prince Frederick.
No appointment necessary. Children and Adolescents age 4 through 18 years who are in public or private school can receive a free flu shot — while supplies last. All others are $20 for all seasonal vaccinations.

Howard County

For details call 410-313-6300 or check the Howard County Health Department website.

Prince George’s County

The following clinics are offering flu vaccines while supplies last:
The D. Leonard Dyer Regional Health Center, 9314 Piscataway Rd., Clinton, 9am-3:30pm Wednesdays
Cheverly Health Center, 3003 Hosptial Dr., Cheverly, 9am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday.

Visit the website for details.

Queen Anne’s County

For ongoing flu vaccine availability call 410-758-0720.


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