Flu and Rabies Vaccinations in Hopewell Borough

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There will be two vaccination clinics in November in Hopewell Borough.

Fall Flu Clinic “Vote and Vax”

The Fall Flu Clinic is a “vote and vax” event at the election polls Tuesday November 7 at Hopewell Borough Hall, 88 East Broad Street, Hopewell, NJ. Vaccinations are available from age 4 years old and up. Walk-ins welcome; for faster service, make an appointment. Time:  9am to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm

To reserve your shot:

  • E-mail health@twp.montgomery.nj.us with your name, address, birth date, age, Medicare number and phone number OR
  • Call the Health Department at 908-359-8211, x 227

The flu shot will be offered free to seniors with Medicare and $25 for non-Medicare. Hardship fee waivers are available.

Free Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Dogs and Cats

In partnership with Montgomery Township Animal Control, there will be a free Rabies Vaccination Clinic for dogs and cats — protect your pet (and your community) on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at the Hopewell Borough Train Station, 2 Railroad Place, Hopewell, NJ. Time: 9am to 11am

For safety’s sake, Please, no children under age 7. Dogs must be on a short, sturdy leash—No retractable leashes! Use of a soft muzzle is encouraged. Dogs must be under control of an adult at all times. Cats must be in a carrier.

For more information, call Montgomery Township Animal Control at 908-359-8211 x247.

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  1. People with any type of insurance, whether Medicare, Medicaid or commercial health insurance,
    may get vaccinated at any of the chain drug stores, like Rite Aid, CVS or Walgreens at no cost to them,
    provided they carry proof of insurance.

    Rite Aid, near Pennington Quality Market, will come to the
    home if someone is disabled and can not travel.

    Expecting someone to come up with $25 if they aren’t even insured, is a bit much.
    I would like to see government give out the flu shot for free to everyone. It’s in
    everyone’s best interest.

  2. As well as what Jean has mentioned, most doctors offices will give you a free Flu vaccine every year when you go to them for your annual wellness visit. I just received my free vaccine during my wellness checkup from my doctor last week.

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