Where to get a flu shot in central Indiana
This year's flu season is more severe than usual. Health experts say the flu vaccine is the best defense against the flu (along with frequent hand washing, staying away from others if you're sick, coughing into your elbow, maintaining a healthy diet and getting enough sleep.)
The Marion County Health Department is holding free flu shot clinics this week at the following locations:
Tuesday, Jan. 29
Marion County Public Health Department Training Building
4012 N. Rural St.
1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
Raphael Health Center
401 E. 34th St.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 31
Citizens Health Center
1650 N. College Ave.
8 a.m. – Noon
Friday, Feb. 1
Shalom Heath Care Center
3400 Lafayette Rd.
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 2
2045 Rama Drive (near 21st. and Shadeland Ave.)
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Use these links to find a pharmacy that offers flu shots.
Flu shot map - Allows you to put in your zip code and then offers you a list of locations in your area that have the flu shot.
CVS flu shot info - Allows you to find a location and schedule an appointment. Or call 866-389-2727.
Walgreens flu shot info - Find a location and schedule an appointment.
You can also contact your county's health department to find a flu shot in your county.
|Boone County Health Department||765-482-3942|
|Hamilton County Health Department||317-776-8500|
|Hancock County Health Department||317-477-1125|
|Hendricks County Health Department||317-745-9217|
|Johnson County Health Department||317-736-3770|
|Madison County Health Department||765-641-9523|
|Marion County Health Department||317-221-2222|
|Morgan County Health Department||765-342-6621|
|Shelby County Health Department||317-392-6470|