Routine vaccines for uninsured adults and kids

2013-11-02T06:00:00Z 2013-11-02T07:20:08Z Routine vaccines for uninsured adults and kidsAngela Pittenger Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

The Pima County Health Department is offering routine vaccines, including flu shots, for adults age 19 through 64 who are uninsured, or whose insurance doesn't cover vaccination.

Vaccines are provided while supplies last at Health Department clinics around town from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Appointments and walk-ins are welcome. Patients are asked to bring a personal ID and insurance or AHCCCS card if they have one.

Kids up to age 18 can also receive the vaccines, but they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and bring immunization records and insurance or AHCCCS cards for each kid.

There is no fee for these vaccines.

Zostavax, given for shingles is not available at the clinics.

Click here for information and locations. Or call 243-7736.

Contact reporter Angela Pittenger at 573-4137 or Follow her on Twitter @CentsibleMama or on Facebook at

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