Get a Free Flu Shot in Baltimore County
Free flu shot will be available between 9 a.m. and noon on Saturday, October 17 at one of seven locations. Vaccinations (injectable only) will be available on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. Anyone six months and older is encouraged to receive an annual flu vaccination
Super Saturday Flu Clinic Locations:
Drumcastle Government Center
6401 York Road, First Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21212
Dundalk Middle School
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
Hereford Middle School
712 Corbett Road
Monkton, Maryland 2111
Lansdowne Middle School
2400 Lansdowne Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21227
Middle River Middle School
800 Middle River Road
Baltimore, Maryland 21220
Pikesville Middle School
7701 Seven Mile Lane
Pikesville, Maryland 21208
Liberty Family Resource Center
3525 Resource Drive
Randallstown, Maryland 21133
Drive Through Flu Vaccination Clinic
Free flu shots will also be provided for anyone six months and older from 8 a.m. to noon (or when supplies run out) on Sunday, November 1, at the Community College of Baltimore County - Essex Campus (Rossville Boulevard and College Drive).For more information, call MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center at 443-777-7900.
Who should not get the vaccine?
If you have any severe (life-threatening) allergies you should not get vaccinated. If you ever had a life-threatening allergic reaction after a dose of flu vaccine, or have a severe allergy to any part of this vaccine, you may be advised not to get a dose. Most, but not all, types of flu vaccine contain a small amount of egg.
If you ever had Guillain-Barré Syndrome (a severe paralyzing illness, also called GBS) you should be discussed with your doctor if you should get vaccinated. Some people with a history of GBS should not get this vaccine.
If you are not feeling well you may be asked to wait until you feel better before getting a flu shot.
Remember the Flu FACTS!
Residents are encouraged to remember the flu FACTS in order to prevent the spread of contagious viruses, including seasonal flu:
- Frequently wash your hands with soap and water
- Always get an annual flu shot
- Cover your cough and sneeze
- Take time off if you have symptoms
- Seek care if your symptoms get worse
- Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for the most up-to-date information on seasonal flu.
- Get information on the 2015 to 2016 flu season
- Learn about the benefits (PDF) of getting a flu shot
Revised October 7, 2015