Flu shots (only, no FluMist) will be administered in the Newton Public Schools this year according to the below schedule. Forms are due to the school nurse at your child's school at least two school days before the clinic date.
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Free flu vaccine for Newton residents. No appointment needed. Health insurance information requested but not required.
Print your form (translations below) in advance to speed up your experience! We're quite efficient during our clinics. We use a numbered system and have chairs and open space available for people to wait. Families will be seen as a group in an office, and we'll have a couple of stations available for adults on their own. We do everything we can to get people in and out quickly!
Looking for the high-dose flu vaccine?
High-dose vaccine will be available at the Nov. 12 City Hall clinic from 5 to 7 p.m. outside the HHS Offices in Newton City Hall for adults age 65 and older.
People age 65 years and older may receive either the high-dose vaccine or the regular vaccine. Talk to your health care provider about which vaccine is right for you. Click here to learn more. CDC recommends the flu vaccine for everyone (6 months and up), but does not recommend a preferred vaccine, even for adults 65 and older.
Forms below are NOT for students. Use the ones above in the SCHOOL FLU INFORMATION section for students.
Community Forms (one per person, please)
Click here to learn more if you are 65 years or older and considering getting the high-dose flu vaccine at one of our clinics.
Massachusetts law (M.G.L. c. 111, Section 24M) requires providers to report immunization information to a computerized immunization registry known as the Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS). The MIIS stores immunization records for you and your healthcare provider and can help prevent outbreaks of disease like measles and the flu. All information in the MIIS is kept secure and confidential. The MIIS allows information to be shared with health care providers, school nurses, local boards of health, and state agencies concerned with immunization. You have the right to object to the sharing of your immunization information across providers in the MIIS. For more information, please ask your healthcare provider, visit the MIIS website at www.mass.gov/dph/miis or contact the Massachusetts Immunization Program directly at 617-983-6800 or 888-658-2850.
Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS) Fact Sheet
MIIS Objection Form
In addition to getting a flu vaccine follow these stay healthy tips!