Flu Clinics for All Randolph Residents

Influenza (Flu) Vaccine will be available for all Randolph residents at The RICC, 128 Pleasant Street on Wednesdays during the month of October from 10:00am  to 2:00pmHigh Dose vaccine will be available along with Normal Dose quadra valent vaccine.  Please bring your Medicare Part B or other health insurance card. You can still be vaccinated if you do not have a health insurance card.  All vaccines will be provided at the upcoming clinic free of charge to Randolph residents on a first-come, first-serve basis. This will be an outdoor event.

Upon arrival, you will be asked to remain in your vehicle.  As a way to promote social distancing, you will be vaccinated in your vehicle.  If you prefer to not get vaccinated in your vehicle, we will have traditional vaccination stations set up to accommodate your needs.  It is best to wear a short sleeve shirt or loose fitting top so that you may be easily vaccinated while you are in your vehicle.  Please do not bring any pets and no smoking is allowed during the clinic.

You will also be asked to complete a Vaccine Administration Record (VAR).  The VAR will ask you to provide your health insurance information.  Although health insurance is not required to get vaccinated at the clinic, residents are asked to bring their health insurance cards, as the Town can be reimbursed for administering vaccine at no cost to the resident. 

For further information, contact the Randolph Public Health Department by phone at 781-961-0924 or by email at gcody@randolph-ma.gov or amartin@randolph-ma.gov, Ann Martin, MSN, RN, Public Health Nurse.  If you would like more information on the Flu and Flu Vaccine, please visit www.mass.gov/flu and www.cdc.gov/flu/.