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

Getting immunized is one of the best ways to protect yourself against influenza. The Southwest Utah Public Health Department has scheduled our annual Flu Shoot-Out in several locations in preparation for this year’s flu season. It’s inexpensive (or NO CHARGE with some insurances, see below)* and convenient. You’ll also be helping us practice for COVID-19 “Shootouts”, which will be announced when vaccine becomes available!

Flu Shot

WASHINGTON COUNTY

  • Flu Shootouts completed for Washington County. Flu vaccine is available at our office at 620 S. 400 E.

IRON COUNTY

  • Saturday, October 3 (9am-12pm) Walk-In for all ages
    • Southern Utah University PE Building (256 N. 600 W. in Cedar City)

BEAVER COUNTY

  • Wednesday, October 7 (12-4pm) Drive-thru (18+) & Walk-In options
    • Beaver EMS Shed (1100 N. Main)

KANE COUNTY

  • Saturday, October 10 (9am-1pm) Drive-Thru (18+) & Walk-In options
    • Kanab Fire Station (601 S. 100 E.) FREE for all Kane County residents

GARFIELD COUNTY

  • Thursday, October 8 (1-4pm) Walk-In for all ages
    • Ruby’s Inn (26 S. Main in Bryce Canyon City)
  • Thursday, October 15 (12-4pm) Drive-Thru (18+) & Walk-In options
    • Panguitch EMS Shed (40 N. 100 E.)

* $20 Cash, check, or credit card.

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

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

Flu vaccine will also be available soon at all Health Department offices. Click on a link below for hours at an office near you.

NEWS AND RESOURCES

2019 – 2020 Flu Season


News Release (1/6/2020) – Influenza Death Confirmed in Southwest Utah

  • CDC Flu Prevention – LINK
  • St. George News Article – LINK
  • KSL Article – LINK
  • KUTV Article – LINK
  • Fox13 Article – LINK

2020 – 2021 Flu Season