It’s not too late to protect yourself. That’s according to officials who say the recent cases of flu serve as a reminder for Michiganders to get their vaccine before flu season peaks.
Right now there are 30 states that are reporting cases of the flu … and the peak doesn’t hit until January and February.
The Unify Detroit Coalition is hosting a free community health fair on Saturday, Nov. 12 at Russell Bazaar in Detroit.
With the flu season upon us, the Wayne County Department of Public Health urges residents to get their annual flu vaccines at its Walk-in Family Flu Vaccination Clinic, 9 am to 3 pm, Saturday, Nov. 5.
It’s that time again. The CDC recommends everyone ages 6 months and older get a yearly flu vaccination. Find a location at the link.
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The Macomb County Board of Commissioners, along with the Macomb County Senior Citizen Services Department, will host several free health clinics throughout the month of October.
The Macomb County Health Department will offer the seasonal flu vaccine beginning Monday, Sept. 19, at its Mount Clemens, Warren and St. Clair Shores Health Centers.
Being side lined by the flu is no fun for anyone. Ward off the bug that could keep you from your work or family activities by getting a flu shot.
Walmart and Sam’s Club will offer flu shot clinics by Mollen Immunization Clinics, now available in more than 4,100 select stores and clubs nationwide.