Flu/COVID-19 Vaccinations

Flu/COVID-19 Vaccinations

Flu Vaccinations

Each year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (www.cdc.gov) recommends a new flu vaccine to protect against the upcoming strains of influenza. Once again, Palomar Health will be giving the standard quadrivalent flu vaccine for the 2022-2023 flu season. We are offering a limited amount of the high-dose senior vaccine.

The vaccine will not prevent illness caused by other viruses. It takes up to two weeks for protection to develop after the shot, and protection lasts six months to one year. Palomar Health, working under national guidelines provided by the CDC, is prepared to vaccinate as many individuals as possible, age 9 and older, through its Community Flu Vaccine Clinics. Palomar Health nurses will provide the influenza vaccine by injection to persons nine years of age and older. Education will be provided on the differences between the influenza vaccine and the COVID-19 vaccines.

Flu Vaccination Clinics

  • Find the Vaccine Clinic Schedule here.
    • Please note that if you want a flu vaccine, you do not need to sign up and you can attend the clinic during the time frame listed on the schedule.
  • To download and/or print the flu vaccine consent form prior to your chosen clinic date, click here.

COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered this season at limited Flu Vaccine Clinic locations

  • Please see the Vaccine Clinic Schedule here. (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) is a vaccine approved for active immunization to prevent Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

COVID-19 Health Education & Vaccine Scheduling Events

We will be hosting these health events to schedule COVID-19 vaccination appointments and to educate the community about COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccinations. These events are free to the public.

***Please note that these health events will NOT be providing vaccines.***
COVID-19 Health Education & Vaccine Scheduling Events Schedule