Children, young people, pregnant women and the elderly, among the groups that most need the vaccine

Influenza: where you can get a free vaccination in Los Angeles

Free vaccinations at a health event.

Aurelia Ventura / Impremedia / La Opinion

LOS ANGELES.- When the cold season arrives in southern California and with it the risk of contracting diseases, The Los Angeles Department of Public Health calls on the population to prevent influenza, offering free vaccines at public health clinics.

This seeks to avoid deaths from this disease, as happened in past seasons. Below you can see the list of points where you can get vaccinated at no cost.

It is important that all people get vaccinated, but above all the most vulnerable groups: the children between 6 months of age and 18 yearsas well as people over 65 and the pregnant women or that they barely had a baby.

In addition, people suffering from chronic diseases such as asthma or diabetes, who are in the care of elderly or sick people, and who suffer problems with their immune system.

Free vaccines are available at the following health centers (call ahead to confirm schedules):

Antelope Valley Public Health Center

Central Public Health Center

Curtis-Tucker Public Health Center

Hollywood / Wilshire Public Health Center

Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Public Health

Monrovia Public Health Center

Pacoima Public Health Center

Pomona Public Health Center

Torrance Public Health Center

Whittier Health Center

Free vaccines can also be obtained from public libraries in the county, as well as community clinics and special events. If you have medical insurance, you can contact him to confirm they have vaccines available for you and your family.

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