The seasonal flu season peaks between late January and late February in South Jersey. The Cape May County Department of Health wants you to know now is the time to get a seasonal flu shot and be protected.

Annual flu shots are recommended for everyone older than 6 months. Cape May County offers the standard flu vaccine and the high-dose vaccine for seniors. There is no charge for flu vaccines.

Children and families clinics are for all children ages 6 months through 18 years old and their families. While supplies last, the FluMist nasal spray vaccine will be offered in addition to the injectable vaccine for eligible persons.

Children and families clinics are now scheduled on the following dates and locations:

Woodbine:

Woodbine Elementary School, 801 Webster Ave., Thu., October 6th from 2:45 - 4:00PM.

Wildwoods:

Glenwood Avenue Elementary School, Glenwood and New York Avenue, Wed., October 12th, 3-5P.

Crest Memorial School 9100 Pacific Ave., Mon., October 17th, 2:30-4:30PM.

Margaret Mace Elementary School, 1201 Atlantic Ave., North Wildwood, Wed., October 18th, 2:30-4:00PM.

Cape May Court House:

County Department of Health, 6 Moore Rd., Building 17, Wed., October 19th, 2-6PM

Cape May County Library, 30 West Mechanic Street, Thu., November 3rd, 11AM-2PM.

Ocean City:

St. Frances Cabrini Church, 2nd Ave & Atlantic Ave, Sun., September 25th, 12N-4PM.

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