PCDOH Free Flu Clinic

*PCDOH Opens Doors for Free Flu Vaccines*

Due to the high incidence of flu in New York State, the Putnam County Department of Health is offering FREE seasonal flu vaccine to anyone who lives or works in New York State, ages 6 months and older beginning Monday, February 12 through Friday February 16, 9 am to 5 pm and until 6 pm on Thursday at the Health Department main office at 1 Geneva Road Brewster (above Motor Vehicles). No appointment is necessary. Please bring proof of residency and a Medicare card if applicable. Call the flu hotline at 845-808-1390 to check on availability or in the case of bad weather.

Contact Information
  1. Jeanette Baldanza
  2. 845-808-1390
  3. jeanette.baldanza@putnamcountyny.gov
Wed, February 14
9:00 am — 5:00 pm
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*PCDOH Opens Doors for Free Flu Vaccines*

Due to the high incidence of flu in New York State, the Putnam County Department of Health is offering FREE seasonal flu vaccine to anyone who lives or works in New York State, ages 6 months and older beginning Monday, February 12 through Friday February 16, 9 am to 5 pm and until 6 pm on Thursday at the Health Department main office at 1 Geneva Road ...

1 Geneva Road Brewster, NY 10509

Putnam County Department of Health

1 Geneva Road
Brewster, NY 10509

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