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Town of Randolph

Posted on: October 17, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Flu Vaccinations Now Available

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Flu Vaccinations in Randolph

Who: Anyone 3 years of age or older

What: Flu Clinic

Where: Randolph Public Health Vaccine Center, 81 Memorial Parkway (Next to Shaw's)

When: Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

How: Register online at

Note: We also provide flu vaccines throughout the community at various pop-up clinics which can be found at  

The Town of Randolph offers Influenza Vaccine, "Flu Shot" to anyone 3 years of age and up at the Public Health Vaccine Center, 81 Memorial Parkway (next to Shaw's) from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The Flu is a disease of the body's breathing system, including the nose, throat and lungs.  Flu is short for "influenza" and is caused by a virus.  Prevent this disease by getting vaccinated.  There will be Quadrivalent (four components) influenza vaccine that is only available in a shot. 

Residents over the age of sixty-five (65) will be offered a high dose vaccine. Bring your health insurance card to the Flu Clinic.  You will still be vaccinated even if you do not have insurance and there is no "out-of-pocket cost" for you to ger vaccinated.

To get vaccinated, it is preferred that you make an appointment, however, walk-ins may be accepted depending on availability.

If you can't make it to the vaccination site, you may contact the Public Health Department at 781-961-0924 or by email at to make other arrangements, especially for a home visit.  If you would like more information on the Flu and Flu Vaccine, please visit and

Please view Frequently Asked Questions about the Flu and vaccination here.

Please view a PDF version of the above information here.

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