The Town of Lexington will again be hosting flu clinics this fall for Town residents.
Online pre-registration is required, and Town staff will be available to assist if you have difficulty with this process.
NOTE: This is for flu shots only - although the registration page includes COVID-19, it is not being offered.
October 13 - FULL
October 26, from 4 - 7 PM, open to residents ages 13 and older
November 6, from 10 AM -12 PM, open to residents ages 13 and older
Both are drive-through clinics at 173 Bedford St.
When pre-registering, you will encounter a screen that allows you to click to receive all types of adult vaccines (COVID, shingles, Hep B), but the Town of Lexington-run clinics are for flu shots only. See a sample of the pre-registration screen. The COLOR program is offered statewide, and unfortunately the Town does not have the access to edit the web page at the local level.
Similar to previous years, the Town will have a limited amount of “FLUAD Quadrivalent” senior flu vaccine (licensed for use in 65 years and older and offers enhanced protection for seniors), available on first come, first served basis.
If you're having difficulty registering, contact the Human Services Department at 781-698-4840 for assistance.
As always, flu vaccine is available at doctor’s offices, walk-in clinics and commercial pharmacies.
You and your family can get your flu vaccination from your doctor or other healthcare provider, or at almost any pharmacy or urgent care center. Call ahead or visit their website - at some, you can make an appointment.
Additional information is available at LexingtonMA.gov/FluClinic