UNION COUNTY, NJ — As the flu season approaches, Union County is offering a series of free flu shot drives in local communities to help ensure that everyone has access to a free seasonal flu vaccine at a convenient location, especially residents who have no health insurance. Protection against seasonal flu is more important than ever before due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados joined Elizabeth Mayor J. Christian Bollwage Thursday for the first date of the flu shot drive, thanking staff and volunteers at the Peterstown Community Center.
The Union County Flu Shot Drive is administered by the Union County Office of Health Management in the Department of Public Safety, the Visiting Nurse Association, and volunteers from the Union County Medical Reserve Corps. The Medical Reserve Corps accepts volunteers with a variety of skills both in and out of the medical profession.
For additional updates on upcoming flu drives visit https://ucnj.org/covid19/upcoming-flu-clinics/.
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