The Rhode Island Department of Health is holding several community vaccination clinics around the state. These clinics are not limited to the people who live in the individual communities, but for convenience to city residents there is one being held this Saturday in Providence.
There is no charge for a flu shot at these community clinics. People are not required to have health insurance either. However, people with insurance are asked to bring their insurance cards.
Although some clinics will be held in schools, they are open to everyone, not just the students of these schools and the people who live in these communities.
(Another clinic to be held 5pm to 8pm on Wednesday, January 22, at the East Providence Senior Center on 610 Waterman Avenue may be more convenient for some Providence residents.)
10am to noon, Saturday, January 18, Multiple Center for All, 22 Rye Street (2nd floor), off of Plainfield Street (directions)