Mass General Central Flu Shot Clinic
The MGH Central Flu Clinic is now closed. Please contact your primary care provider if you still need the vaccine.
Important Information About COVID-19
All patients and visitors are screened for possible symptoms of COVID-19 and given a mask to wear regardless of vaccination status. Visitors to the central flu clinic are expected to be healthy and well. If you have upper respiratory symptoms including fever, sore throat or cough, please postpone your visit. The flu shot does not protect against COVID-19. Visit vaccines.gov or Mass.gov to find a COVID-19 vaccination site near you.
Visiting Mass General with a Cough or Fever
If you have a cough or fever and have an appointment at Mass General or want to visit a patient, here's what to do.
How to identify the flu, how to treat it, and how to identify the warning signs of serious flu complications.
Other Flu Resources
Use these helpful resources to find further information about seasonal and H1N1 flu.
Boston Public Health Commission Flu Information Center
What to know about influenza and vaccinations in Boston
Cancer and Flu from the CDC
Living with cancer increases your risk for flu complications. This page from the Centers for Disease Control has information about how to prevent them.
Frequently Asked Influenza (Flu) Questions: 2021-2022 Season
Find answers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Flu Vaccines for Mass General Employees
Employees who need the vaccine can go to Occupational Health Services office (165 Cambridge St, Suite 404) for walk-in or call 617-726-2217 to schedule an appointment. If you received your vaccine from a Mass General primary care physician, refer to www.askmyhrportal.com for details on attesting to receipt of the vaccine in PeopleSoft.