The Southborough Health Department is holding its annual flu clinic tomorrow at the Southborough Senior Center. Today, the Dept shared that walk-in appointments will be available in the afternoon — on a first come, first served basis.
Reminder, if tomorrow doesn’t work for you, Southborough residents are also eligible for a clinic in Northborough later this month.
If you are over the age of 65, you may want to take advantage of the Senior Center Clinic, which offers the high-dose vaccine as an option.* (If you can’t make that time work, you should be able to get high-dose vaccines from a local pharmacy.)
Here are the currently available dates, times, and locations pre-registration:
- Wednesday October 19, at the Southborough Senior Center, 9 Cordaville Hall (high dose shots are available for seniors)*
- By pre-registration — 10am-12:30pm (as of writing this post, only slots from 11:25 am – 12:20 pm were still available to pre-book)
- Walk-in, on first come, first served basis — 1:30 – 4:00 pm
- Saturday October 29, 9am-12pm – Algonquin “Drive Thru” Clinic, 79 Bartlett St., Northborough (no high-dose shots available for seniors)*
- For this pre-registration-only event, the public is encouraged (but not required) to bring a Toys for Tots donation to drop off.
For more full details and pre-registration links, click here.
*The Town’s vaccine info includes: High-dose flu vaccines are only licensed for people 65 years and older and it is not recommended for people with a history of severe allergic reaction to the vaccine or to ingredients other than eggs. Speak to your doctor about what vaccine is right for you.