Connect4Health has partnered with Texas Health Resources to provide FREE flu shots! Vaccinations are available to all active employees (full-time, part-time and temporary) and retirees starting the first week of October. Choose from this schedule of dates and times.
What to Expect:
To save time waiting in line, complete the consent form below and bring it with you.
Texas Health Flu Vaccine Consent Form (English)
Texas Health Flu Vaccine Consent Form (Spanish)
Day of you decide to come get your shot:Please wear your mask and follow social distancing rules and guidelines. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), taking the influenza vaccination can:
Get a flu shot BEFORE the virus begins to spread throughout the City and the country. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body that protect against the flu. It is recommended that people get a shot before the end of October, but receiving it later can still be beneficial. The CDC has a list of groups recommended for vaccination for 2020-21; as well as info for high risk individuals.
Flu vaccines protect against the three or four viruses research suggests will be most common each season. For 2020-2021, the CDC recommends the trivalent (three-component) vaccines contain:
Don’t miss out – first come, first serve. For more information about this flu season, visit the CDC website. If you have any questions about the flu shot clinic, please contact Michelle Gifford at 972-941-7227.