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Flu vaccines still available

As the flu remains widespread in Delaware, the state’s Division of Public Health reminds residents that vaccinations are still available.


As of Jan. 19, Delaware’s Division of Public Health has confirmed 868 cases statewide for this flu season.

Residents who are not yet vaccinated are encouraged to contact their health care provider about getting vaccinated. Anyone age 6 months and older can get vaccinated for the flu. DPH is also expanding vaccination opportunities at public health clinics. 

Vaccinations are available from DPH by appointment at two locations in Sussex County:

Adams State Service Center, age 6 months and older at 546 S. Bedford Street Georgetown, 19947. Call for appointment: 302-856-5213.

Pyle State Service Center, age 6 months and older at 34314 Pyle Center Road, Frankford, 19945. Call for appointment: 302-732-9512.

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