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Where To Get a Flu Vaccine
The following resources may be used to find a vaccine clinic near you:
More information: http://www.dshs.texas.gov/immunize/flu.shtm
TexasFlu.org is the DSHS site for flu information in Texas. Bookmark it. Dial 2-1-1 for flu information and vaccination locations or use the Vaccine Locator to find out about vaccine availability in your area.
Get a flu vaccination now. It’s the best way to protect yourself and others.
Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use hand sanitizer. Cover your coughs and sneezes. Stay home if you’re sick. Have a plan to care for sick family members at home.
Texas school and child-care facility immunization requirements are determined by the state legislature and set by the Texas Department of State Health Services, in conjunction with the Texas Education Agency.
Maintaining adequate immunization rates in schools is critical to preventing disease outbreaks and ensuring the health of Texas children.
Phone: (800) 252-9152
Fax: (512) 776-7544
See the school compliance contact page for additional contact information.
The 2016-2017 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Students in Grades K-12are now available. NOTE: The requirement chart reflects revisions made to 25 TAC §§97.61-97.72. These revisions take effect on July 28, 2016.
The 2016-2017 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for Child-Care Facilities are now available.
In 2007, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill No. 1059, also known as the Emily Lastinger Act, which requires all public school districts to post immunization information prominently on the school district's website, if the district has one.
Read more in the Influenza Letter to Schools, February 2016 (PDF, 114KB).
More information: http://www.dshs.texas.gov/immunize/