Adult Influenza Vaccine Initiative

Adult Influenza Vaccine Initiative

As we are in the midst of the COVID- 19 pandemic, now is a more important time than ever to be protected from the flu. The severity of Influenza (flu) during a season is unpredictable. Vaccination each year is the best way to reduce the risk of getting the flu and spreading to others. Your immunization not only protects you but your family and friends as well.

This flu season, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Utah Department of Health created the Adult Influenza Vaccine Initiative to provide an allocation of flu vaccine for adults age 19 and older. While most insurances cover the cost of influenza vaccine with no out-of-pocket cost, this low-cost vaccine is primarily available for adults who are either underinsured or uninsured. Refer to the list of local health departments, community health centers, pharmacies and other community providers below to find a location near you to get vaccinated. These locations are taking extra precautions to ensure your safety and help decrease the chances of contracting both influenza and COVID-19 simultaneously.


Adult Influenza

For adult influenza recommendations, click below:
Adult Influenza Recommendations

For specific influenza information for people 65 years and older, click below:
Influenza for 65 Years and Older

Children Birth to 18 Years

Flu and all other ACIP recommended vaccines are always available for low or no cost through the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program. For more information , click below:
VFC Providers

Have insurance and want to find the location most convenient to get you and your family vaccinated?
Go to Vaccine Finder

Local Health Departments Participating in Adult Influenza Vaccine Initiative

Community Health Centers Participating in Adult Influenza Initiative by Health District

Other Participating Health Facilities

Frequently Asked Questions