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Protect Yourself Against Viruses This Winter

COVID-19 might not be the only viral threat in the US this winter. Early Flu cases are on the rise among the general public as well as RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) cases among children. Vaccines are available to prevent severe cases of COVID-19 & Flu, but no vaccine exists for RSV yet. However, the steps to help prevent these illness are similar!

Take steps to protect yourself and your family from these illnesses by:

  • Getting your flu shot and/or COVID-19 vaccine/booster. We offer free clinics!
  • Practicing good hygiene (wash hands, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, & avoid touching your face)
  • Staying away from sick people and stay home when you’re sick!

Other resources:

Protect Your Child From RSV (Proteja a su niño contra el VRS)

Signs & Symptoms of RSV (Síntomas del VRS)


 

 

COVID-19 VACCINE

(Vacuna contra COVID-19/Vaksen COVID-19)

 

COVID-19 TESTING

(Exámenes de COVID-19/Tés COVID-19)

We offer:

  • Pfizer vaccine (2 initial doses) 
  • Moderna vaccine (2 initial doses)
  • COVID-19 Boosters

 

Appointments or walk-ins welcome. To schedule call (410) 341-4600 or click here to do online registration

 

We offer COVID-19 testing at our Fritz Building located at

300 West Carroll St in Salisbury (appointments encouraged). 

  • Tuesdays 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

To make a testing appointment, call (410) 341-4600

At-Home Test kits are available through all three branches (Downtown, Center at Salisbury, and Pittsville) of the Wicomico Public Library as well as all Wicomico County Health Department locations. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Help is available in your language: 1-749-1244 (TTY: 1-410-543-6352). These services are available for free.

 

Hay ayuda disponible en su idioma: 410-749-1244 (TTY:410-543-6952). Estos servicios están disponibles gratis.

 
Gen èd ki disponib nan lang ou: 410-749-1244  (TTY: 410-543-6952). Sèvis sa yo disponib gratis.
 

사용하시는 언어로 지원해드립니다: 410-749-1244 (TTY: 410-543-6952). 무료로 제공 됩니다 

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