Rockland Department of Health Offering Flu Shots

The Rockland County Department of Health will be offering flu shots to the community tomorrow, Friday October 10. According to the County’s Commissioner of Health Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert, the vaccine is the best way to prevent catching and spreading the different types of influenza viruses for everyone 6 months of age and up. The clinic is the first of several that the DOH will be holding, officials stating that it is better to be vaccinated in early fall because it takes about four weeks for the antibodies to develop. The clinic will be held from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM in Building A’s Exhibition Hall in the Robert L. Yeager Health Center in Pomona. Vaccines are free for residents over 65-years old and $30 for ages 9 to 64 and attendees must show proof of Rockland County residence. More information can be obtained by calling the Department of Health at 845-364-2520.

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