Flu vaccination clinics run by Door County Medical Center are finding plenty of people to keep healthy this winter. According to the State Health Department, close to 3,500 Wisconsinites were hospitalized with flu-related complications last season. Cheryl Wilke from Door County Medical Center says the clinic sites have been busy since some of them opened at the beginning of the month. She advises people of all ages to get the vaccine and schedule their visit in advance.
Door County Medical Center will have their flu vaccination clinic open at their outpatient medical office through the end of the month, while opportunities to get your shot also exist in Algoma, Fish Creek, and its Sturgeon Bay children’s center in November. Costs vary depending on your insurance coverage and type of dosage.