Flu

Flu Shot Clinics

Flu Shot

Get your flu shot while helping us practice our emergency response plans!

Getting immunized is one of the best ways to protect yourself against seasonal influenza. The Southwest Utah Public Health Department has scheduled our annual Flu Shootouts in each of our 5 counties. It’s inexpensive (or NO CHARGE with some insurances, see below)* and convenient. 

* $20 Cash, check, or credit card. $55 for High Dose (ages 65+) and Flu Blok (adults or those with egg allergies)

*NO CHARGE with proof of the following insurances: Aetna, Cigna, DMBA, Educators Mutual, Healthy Premier, Medicaid, Medicare, MotivHealth, PEHP, Selecthealth, Tall Tree Administrators, & United Health

Print and fill out the Consent form before attending to save time AND reduce contact!

2021 Flu Shootout Events

WASHINGTON COUNTY

  • EVENT COMPLETEDFlu shots are now available at the HEALTH DEPARTMENT (LINK) on a walk-in basis or through many pharmacies & healthcare providers.

IRON COUNTY

  • EVENT COMPLETEDFlu shots are now available at the HEALTH DEPARTMENT (LINK) on a walk-in basis or through many pharmacies & healthcare providers.

BEAVER COUNTY

  • EVENT COMPLETEDFlu shots are now available at the HEALTH DEPARTMENT (LINK) on a walk-in basis or through many pharmacies & healthcare providers.

GARFIELD COUNTY

  • Thursday, October 21 @ Panguitch Fire Station (40 N. 100 E., Panguitch)
    • 12-5pm (drive-thru for ages 18+ or walk-in for families and all ages)

KANE COUNTY

  • EVENT COMPLETEDFlu shots are now available at the HEALTH DEPARTMENT (LINK) on a walk-in basis or through many pharmacies & healthcare providers.

Before attending, please:

  • Download consent form [ENGLISH] [SPANISH]. Print, fill out, and bring with you to save time AND reduce contact!
  • Wear a short-sleeved shirt
  • Bring a mask 
  • Please stay home if you are not feeling well

Q&A

Who should get a flu shot? The CDC recommends everyone age 6 months or over get vaccinated against the flu every year, although it’s especially important for people over the age of 65, children, pregnant women, and people with underlying health conditions, since they are more at risk for serious illness and hospitalization form the flu.

Should I wait between the flu shot and a COVID-19 shot? No, the CDC states that you can get those shots as close together as you want, even during the same visit.


NEWS AND RESOURCES

2021 – 2022 Flu

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COVID-19 and Vaccine Information

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