HW Picks: Where to get your flu shot this season
Here’s a test of your flu I.Q.: Did you know that flu outbreaks can occur as early as October? Well, pharmacies and health clinics do, which is why many of them already have announced flu shot campaigns this month, in line with National Immunization Awareness Month.
So, instead of heading to your doctor’s office this season, you can visit one of the following, convenient places:
Take Care Clinic, owned by Walgreens:
-Locations: More than 350 across 18 states; Cost: $31.99 for the first dose; $35.99 in Delaware, according to the website.
MinuteClinic, owned by CVS Caremark:
- Locations: Nearly 600 across 26 states and the District of Columbia; Cost: $29.99, according to the website.
The Little Clinic, owned by Kroger:
-Locations: Arizona, Colorado and Tennessee; Cost: $25, according to the website.
Target pharmacies and clinics:
-Locations: Pharmacies are located in stores across 49 states and the District of Columbia; clinics are operated in Florida, Illinois, Maryland and Minnesota; Cost: $25.
-Locations: About 800 in-store pharmacies across the United States; Cost: $28.99 for either the traditional shot or the needle-free FluMist nasal spray; Fluzone HD is available for $59.99.
-Locations: About 4,700 across 31 states and the District of Columbia; Cost: Visit pharmacy for details.
-Locations: North Carolina; Cost: Visit pharmacy for details.
-Locations: About 90 across New York and Vermont; Cost: Visit pharmacy for details.
Walmart and Sam’s Club:
-Locations: Nationwide; Cost: $25.