What can I do to prepare for the vaccine clinic?
  1. Print and complete consent form(s) in advance. This will save you and clinic staff time! There are separate consent forms for flu vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine. Double check to make sure you have the right one. If you plan to receive both the flu and COVID-19 vaccines, please print and complete BOTH forms in advance.

    Flu Consent Form: EnglishSpanish
    COVID-19 Consent Form: EnglishSpanish

  2. If you have insurance, please bring your insurance card with you. There will be no out-of-pocket cost to you, regardless of insurance status.
  3. Please do not attend the vaccine clinic if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or any other respiratory illness.
  4. Please wear a shirt that allows for easy access to the upper arm for the nurse (e.g., a shirt with straps/no sleeves, a t-shirt).
  5. Masks may be required at vaccination clinics. Please see your appointment reminder for more information. Limited masks will be available at our clinics. 
  6. We can vaccinate children as young as 6 months old. Prepare your children for a good experience. Please keep in mind that this is large clinic in a school gym. The noise and amount of activity may be overwhelming for some individuals. A doctor’s office or other more private setting may be more appropriate for some individuals.

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1. Do I need an appointment to get vaccinated at a community vaccine clinic?
2. What can I do to prepare for the vaccine clinic?
3. What can I expect at a community flu clinic?
4. Why would I want to stay and be observed after a Flu or COVID-19 vaccine.?
5. Is it safe to receive both a flu and COVID-19 vaccine at the same appointment?