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Walk-in clinic for flu shots
Influenza activity is increasing across the country and the Center for Disease Control has received reports of severe respiratory illness in young and middle aged adults. The cases of severe illness are associated with the H1N1PDM09 strain of the influenza virus which is in the 2015-2016 flu shot. Flu shots are recommended for everyone six months and older.
In response to this the Gallatin City-County Health Department will be offering walk-in clinics for flu shots, Wednesday, February 10 from 1-4pm, 215 W. Mendenhall, Bozeman.
For more information, call 406.582.3100
You may need vaccinations for food, water-borne and insect-borne diseases. Some vaccinations need to be administered well in advance so it’s important to call once you know your travel plans. Our travel nurses can also consult with you before your trip for further medical information you may need while traveling. Consultations are a flat fee of $40 plus the cost of any vaccinations needed.
For more information go to http://healthygallatin.org/immunizations/travel-clinics/
Or call 406.582.3100 to schedule an appointment.