2019 Seasonal Flu Vaccines Available
For patients 6 months and older. Nasal Flu Mist will not be available at any Carle location.
All Champaign-Urbana community flu clinics will be offered at Carle’s North Annex located at 810 W. Anthony Dr., Urbana, directly off I-74 at exit 183.
Drive Through at North Annex
September 28, 9am to 4pm
September 29, 12pm to 4pm
October 12, 9am to 4pm
October 13, 12pm to 4pm
October 19 – November 24
Saturdays: 9am to 2pm
Sundays: 12pm to 4 pm
Weekdays – Tuesday and Thursday Only
October 15 – November 26
3pm to 6pm
Carle Mattoon on Hurst
October 16, 8:30am to 5:30pm
October 17, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm
October 12, 8:30 to 11 am
*Ages 5 and older
For more information, call (217) 326-5000.
Additional Flu Clinic Resources
More information from flu.gov
Risk factors for the flu
Anyone can get the flu, but you're more likely to become infected if you:
- Have a weakened immune system.
- Have frequent, close contact with young children.
- Work in a healthcare setting where you may be exposed to flu germs.
- Live or work with someone who has the flu.
- Haven't received an annual flu shot.
How does the flu spread?
The flu is caused by viruses (germs). The germs spread through the air in droplets when someone who has the flu coughs, sneezes, laughs or talks. You can become infected when you inhale these germs directly. You can also become infected when you touch a surface on which the droplets have landed and then transfer the germs to your eyes, nose or mouth. Touching or sharing utensils, drinking glasses or a toothbrush with an infected person can expose you to flu germs, too.
What are the symptoms of the flu?
- Flu symptoms tend to come on quickly and may last a few days to a few weeks. They include:
- Fever (usually higher than 101°F) and chills
- Sore throat and headache
- Dry cough
- Runny nose
- Tiredness and weakness
- Muscle aches