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2018 Flu Vaccine Clinics


The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) will conduct free, seasonal flu vaccine clinics at three MCPS high schools in November. For students to receive a flu shot at any of these clinics, a parent, guardian, or adult must accompany them and bring a completed and signed Consent Form. The vaccination for seasonal flu is entirely voluntary and is NOT required for school.

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2018 School-based Flu Vaccination Clinic Date

School-based Flu Vaccination Clinic Date

On November 13, 2018, DHHS will hold vaccination clinics to administer the injectable flu vaccine for school-aged children only at John F. Kennedy, Rockville, and Northwest high schools. Parents or guardians must make appointments for their child to receive a vaccination at these clinics either online or by calling 311.

All clinics are free, but registration is required due to limited vaccine supplies. 


The injectable seasonal flu vaccine will be available, at no charge, at other DHHS flu clinics at various locations in the county, October through December. For information about these clinics visit the Montgomery County website.

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Seasonal Flu Vaccination Information

For information on other seasonal flu vaccine clinics in Montgomery County and to make an appointment, check the county’s flu website or call 311.

Other Seasonal Flu Vaccination Information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Fact Sheets

Flu Vaccination Consent Forms

In order for your child to receive a vaccination at a Montgomery County clinic, parents and guardians must complete and sign a Consent Form, available in multiple languages below.

How You Can Prevent the Flu

  1. Get vaccinated
    • Vaccination is the BEST protection
    • Get the seasonal flu vaccine – everyone should be vaccinated
  2. Practice good hygiene
    • Wash hands frequently with soap and water
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
    • Cover your mouth and nose with tissue when you cough or sneeze
    • Cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve if you don’t have a tissue
    • Put used tissues into a waste basket right away
    • Clean your hands after coughing or sneezing. Use soap and water or hand sanitizer.
  3. If you or a family member gets the flu
    • Stay home from work or school if you have flu-like symptoms (fever of 100 degrees or greater with a cough or sore throat)
    • Children should be fever-free for 24 hours before returning to school
    • Follow your doctor’s orders
    • Avoid close contact with others, especially anyone who is sick
    • Get plenty of rest
    • Drink clear fluids
    • Avoid using alcohol or tobacco
    • Cover coughs and sneezes
    • Clean hands with soap and water or sanitizer