Protect Yourself and Others From the Flu
Getting the flu vaccine is the best way to protect yourself and others from the flu. Flu vaccination is recommended for all people age 6
months and older.
All of this year's Onondaga County Health Department public flu clinics have been held. The Health Department has no plans at this
time for any additional public flu clinics this flu season. If you have not received your flu shot, call your doctor today to make an
appointment, or check the Flu Vaccine Finder on the right of this page to see if there are any flu clinics scheduled at retail locations near you. You may also attend the Health Department Immunization Clinic held each Thursday from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM at the Dr.
William A. Harris Health Center, 301 Slocum Avenue in Syracuse. Call 435-2000 for more information.
In addition to getting the flu vaccine, take extra hygiene precautions to protect yourself and others from the flu: wash your hands often
with warm water and soap; cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or your arm when you sneeze or cough; and avoid close contact with
anyone who is sick. If you get sick with the flu, stay home and away from others for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone.
For more information about seasonal flu, please visit:
Pneumonia shots are available year-round at our Immunization Clinic
located at the Dr. William A. Harris Health Clinic, 301 Slocum Avenue
in Syracuse. Call 435-2000 for more information.