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Department of Health Services

Public Health Disease Control

Immunizations

Flu Season is Here…Get Vaccinated!

Influenza season is beginning – it is important to get vaccinated every year. Everyone six months and older needs a flu shot.

Where to Get Immunizations

The best place to get immunizations is your doctor's office or clinic as part of personal regular health maintenance. Community clinics offer medical care and immunizations to established patients. Those listed with an asterisk * offer limited immunization services to the public, but encourage establishing care as well.

Children and Teens Immunizations

A child can fall victim to bacteria and viruses in our community that cause serious disease. It is important that children be vaccinated on schedule every time. Get the best protection for your child - make sure your child is immunized on schedule.

Adult Immunizations

Vaccines aren't just for kids. Far too many adults become ill, are disabled, and die each year from diseases that could easily have been prevented by vaccines. Everyone from young adults to senior citizens can benefit from immunizations.

Healthcare Worker Immunizations

Vaccine-preventable Diseases and Vaccine Safety

Sonoma County Influenza Vaccine Partnership

The Sonoma County Influenza Vaccine Partnership distributes state and federally funded influenza vaccine to local public health centers and other eligible agencies at no charge. Partners agree to administer the vaccine according to program guidelines on appropriate use of the vaccine, proper storage and handling practices, and accurate reporting of vaccine usage. Read more »