Saratoga County Announces Flu Clinics

Beginning in October, Saratoga County Public Health will be offering seasonal influenza clinics for Saratoga County residents, following New York State and Centers for Disease Control recommendations.

According to information from the county, it is likely that the 2009 H1N1 viruses and regular seasonal flu viruses will again cause illness in the U.S. this flu season and the 2010-11 flu vaccine will protect against three different flu viruses: an H3N2 virus, influenza B virus and the H1N1 virus that caused so much illness last year.

All clinics are by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling the telephone number listed below for the site where you would like to receive your flu shot. Individuals should bring their insurance cards to the clinic for determination of payment. Public Health will bill Medicare B for those over 65. All others will be charged $15. Other insurances will be billed whenever possible. If your insurance denies payment, you will be billed for this charge.

2010 11 Clinic Schedule

Malta Community Center

10/18/10 9-11 am 584-7460

Waterford Senior Center

10/19/10 10:30-11:30 am 235-8500

Moreau Senior Center

10/22/10 9 am-12 pm 792-6053

Saratoga Springs Senior Center

10/25/10 9:30 am - Noon 584-1621

Ballston Spa Senior Center 10/29/10

9-11 am 885-9220

Wilton Senior Center/Town Hall

11/03/10 9:30-11:30 am 587-6363

Stillwater Community Center

11/04/10 9:30-11:30 am 664-6856

Day Town Hall

11/05/10 10-11:30 am 696-3789

Edinburg Community Center

11/05/10 1:30-2:30 pm 863-2034

Galway Seniors - United Methodist Church

11/09/10 1-3 pm 882-9905

Halfmoon Senior Center

11/10/10 9:30-11:30 am 371-3892

Shenendehowa Senior Center

11/12/10 1:30-3:30 pm 383-1343

Schuylerville Town Complex

11/15/10 9-11 am 695-3644

Greenfield Senior Center

11/16/10 9-11 am 893-7432

Mechanicville Senior Center

11/18/10 1-3 pm 664-7877

Hadley Town Hall

11/19/10 9-11 am 696-3112

Corinth Senior Center

11/19/10 1-3 pm 654-2040

If you have any questions, please call Public Health at 584-7460.


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