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Walk-In Flu Clinic

Flu season is here. Get the protection your family needs with Osceola Medical Center’s Walk-in Flu Clinic at OMC and Scandia Clinic.

     

Walk-in Flu Clinic Hours

Osceola Medical Center

Mondays - Fridays
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Scandia Clinic

Mondays - Fridays
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Everyone is encouraged to receive the influenza vaccine, especially those who are considered high-risk such as pregnant women, children age 6 months or older, caregivers, the elderly and those who have chronic health concerns such as diabetes, asthma and those who smoke.

Additional Influenza Resources:
CDC’s Influenza Surveillance Map
CDC’s Influenza-related Q&A
Flu Basics


Vaccination Availability

For your convenience, the influenza vaccine distribution information at Osceola Medical Center and Scandia Clinic is available below. Check back for updates.

Vaccine Type Status
last updated 09/28/18
Standard injection, adult Available
Standard injection, child Available
MN state-funded injection, child Coming Soon
WI state-funded injection, child Available
High-Dose (HD) injection, seniors Available
Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine
Live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV)
Unavailable this season

Is it Influenza or a Cold?

SymptomInfluenza ("Flu")Colds (Viral URI)
last updated 12/8/10
Fever Usually present and high (102-104°F or 39-40°C);
typically lasts 3-4 days
Varies, typically low-grade
Chills Common Uncommon
Headache Very common Uncommon
Aches and pains, muscle aches, chest discomfort Very common Uncommon
Fatigue and weakness Moderate - severe; can last up to 14-21 days Mild
Extreme exhaustion Very common early in illness Extremely rare
Stuffy or runny nose Common Very common
Sneezing Sometimes Common
Sore throat Common Common
Cough: Character Non-productive ("dry") cough is typical Hacking cough, often; Usually productive; Responds to cough medications
Cough: Severity Moderate Mild to Moderate
Cough: Duration Typically 3-7 days; occasionally to 14 days Typically 3-7 days
Cough: Paroxysms (coughing fits) Uncommon Rare
Infectious period 1 day before symptoms onset and 3-7 days after Variable; typically 4-7 days after symptoms onset; can be longer

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