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COVID-19 Resources

In our work to promote health and prevent disease, we are sharing the latest CDC and State of Nevada information through our COVID-19 Brief. 

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Events

Nov
1
Drive-Thru Flu Vaccination Clinic (Las Vegas, NV)

Do Your Part to Fight Flu & Protect Nevada!

Immunize Nevada reminds you that an annual flu vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older, especially those with certain medical conditions, pregnant women, and people 65 years and older.

Nov
2
Flu Shots at Community Health Alliance (Sparks)

Get Your Flu Shot

Get your flu shot starting September 1 at the Wells or Sparks Health Center every Monday through Friday from 10am to 3pm, no appointment needed.

Nov
2
Flu Shots at Community Health Alliance (Reno)

Get Your Flu Shot

Get your flu shot starting September 1 at the Wells or Sparks Health Center from 10am to 3pm, no appointment needed. 

Blog

The Booster Bulletin: Your Weekly Dose of Immunization News
Female scientist looking through microscope
Many people are wondering about the concept of “herd immunity” or “community immunity” and how it applies to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 is very contagious; and reaching community immunity will depend on a number of factors.
Fight Flu and Vaccinate your Whole Family
Get yourself and your family vaccinated text with three arms
Influenza (“the flu”) is more dangerous than the common cold, especially for children.
October is American Pharmacists Month!
Elderly Vaccine Woman
In addition to the annual appearance of the pumpkin spice latte, October is American Pharmacists Month – a time to recognize the significant contributions our pharmacists make to healthcare. Conveniently enough, this is also when many people visit their pharmacies for their annual flu vaccine. But did you know you can visit your pharmacists for many (if not all) of the vaccines you need?