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Getting vaccinated against preventable diseases is the best way to protect ourselves and our community, especially because some of the most vulnerable often are not eligible for many vaccines. Let us help you protect your friends, family, and neighbors by getting your vaccines up to date. We are proud to offer Pfizer, Moderna, & Janssen COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, as well as Influenza, Shingles, and Pneumonia vaccines.

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We all know someone who is at risk of developing serious flu related complications. Pregnant women, young children, older people, and those with certain chronic medical conditions all have the highest risk. The CDC recommends flu vaccination for everyone 6 months and older. You have the power to protect yourself and the ones you love from influenza. Make sure your whole family gets their annual flu vaccine to help them fight off the flu bug.

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We're all ready to get back to normal, and the best way to do that is by making sure you and all of your loved ones are vaccinated against COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines have been administered to millions of people so far and have proven to be safe and effective at preventing serious illness and slowing the spread of the virus.

We have Pfizer (12 or older), Moderna (18 or older), and Janssen (18 or older) vaccine available for primary series or booster doses. 

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Don’t let the painful, blistering rash of shingles hold you back from doing what you love. The 2-dose Shingrix shingles vaccine is 90% effective in preventing shingles.

The CDC recommends this vaccine for healthy adults 50 and older, including those who have had shingles, received Zostavax, or are not sure if they had chickenpox.

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Don’t put off getting your vaccines. Vaccination is the best defense against serious diseases, including pneumonia. If you are 65 or older, it's time to get your two-dose pneumonia vaccine series. The CDC recommends vaccination for all adults 65 years and older. 

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