CHA Holding Drive Through Flu Vaccination Friday
Friday, November 20, 2020

THREE RIVERS – The community will have the chance to get immunized for the flu for free.

The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency is offering a free drive thru flu mist vaccination today from 9 AM until 1 PM. This is being done at the Three Rivers CHA location, 1110 Hill Street. Please enter the drive thru clinic from Broadway Street by the Three Rivers Little League and HC Gleason & LC Beal Park.

You can drive down service drive toward the Health Department and exit onto Hill Street.

A completed influenza form is required for the vaccination. To avoid lengthy wait times, please have the form filled out and ready before entering the line. You can get one of the forms at the CHA website which is bhsj.org.

The flu mist vaccination is free of charge. Flu shots will also be available to individuals age 6 months and older, but the shots will be billed to your insurance.


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