Safe and inexpensive, influenza (flu) vaccine will protect millions of Wisconsin children and adults this flu season.
The Calumet County Health Division will be offering flu shots to the community. Flu vaccine for adults with Medicare Part B or Medicare Advantage Plans will be billed by the Health Division. Please remember to bring insurance cards to the clinic.
For all other adults (19 years and older) there will be a $35 charge for the flu vaccine. This year only the flu shot will be available.
Flu vaccine for children (6 months through 18 years of age) will be provided free only if the child’s health insurance will not cover the vaccine, or the child has Medical Assistance (BadgerCare, Forward Health, BadgerCare Plus), or the child is Native American or Alaskan Native.
All other children (3 years through 18 years of age) with insurance coverage can receive the vaccine for a fee of $35. Questions can be directed to the Calumet County Health Division at 849-1432 or (920) 989-2700, extension 432.
Remaining clinics in Calumet County are as follows:
— Tuesday, Nov. 15, Calumet County Courthouse basement, 3:30 to 5 p.m.
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