Influenza ( Flu ) Prevention Information

 CDC Flu Prevention

American Lung Association Flu Prevention Tips

Fight the Flu, It Starts with You Poster

Cover Your Cough Poster

Handwashing Poster ("Thanks for washing your hands")

CCHD Seasonal Flu and H1N1 Pamphlet

Caring for Children with Influenza

CDC "Take 3 Steps to Fight the Flu" Flyer

How Flu Spreads Diagram

The Central Connecticut Health District annually holds public influenza (Flu) immunization clinics. This year clinics are open to persons age 4 and older.

Influenza immunization is recommended for nearly everyone over 6 months of age.  Persons at high risk for complications from influenza include everyone 50 years of age or older, all children aged 6 months to 18 years old, people with chronic disorders of the lungs or heart, anyone with an impaired immune system, people with chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease, and blood cell disease, and health care workers and others in contact with people in high risk groups.

Please wear short sleeves or loose-sleeved clothes to the clinic. District residents who are unable to leave their homes may call the Health District at (860) 721-2818 to arrange for a home visit.

Flu Clinic Schedule

2017 Family Flu Clinics Schedule 


Flu Clinic Links

Flu Clinic Forms 2017
(please print the applicable form below, fill it out, and bring it to a CCHD Flu Clinic)

Flu Form--Injectable (form for flu shots for those age 9 and above)

Flu Form--Child under 9 years old (use this for all children under age 9)