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Clark County Health Department
Annual Influenza (Flu) Vaccines

 

The best way to prevent the flu and its potentially serious complications is with a flu vaccine. The CDC recommends annual flu vaccinations for everyone age 6 months and older (who do not have any

contraindications) - ideally by the end of October.

 

For the Clark County Health Department influenza (flu) clinic schedule, click here!

 (Available Soon for 2024-2025)


Questions?

Call the CCHD Immunization Hotline at

715-743-5292.

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Children

  • Ages 6 months - 18 years.

  • No-cost if meet VFC criteria. Find VFC criteria here.​

  • No-cost for all children if attending a childhood mass flu clinic location (schedule above).

Adults - Standard Dose

  • Ages 19+.

  • Available for those with an accepted insurance plan.

  • Available for private pay cost of $40 (cash or check only) for all individuals.

Adults - High Dose

  • Ages 65+.

  • Available for those with an accepted insurance plan.

  • Available for private pay cost of $88 (cash or check only) for all individuals.

The CDC recommends that individuals age 65+ receive a high dose flu vaccine. A high dose flu vaccine provides better protection against influenza for this age group, compared to the standard dose flu vaccine. For more information, click here.

Accepted Insurance Plans:

  • Aspirus Health Plan

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • Benefit Plan Administrators (BPA)

  • Medicaid/Badgercare+

  • Medicare

  • Security Health Plan

  • Security Administrative Services

  • UMR

Summary ACIP Recommendations

Flu Vaccines are Important for Children

  • Some children 6 months to 8 years old need two doses of flu vaccine.

  • Children in this age group getting vaccinated for the first time, and those who have only previously received one dose of flu vaccine, should get two doses of vaccine this season.

  • For those children, it is recommended they get the first dose as soon as the vaccine is available, because the second dose needs to be given at least four weeks after the first dose.

  • For more information, click here.

To report a public health emergency or communicable disease after hours, please contact Clark County Dispatch at (715) 743-3157.

Our office is closed on significant holidays & days of recognition. Please click here for more information.  

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