Get vaccinated against COVID-19, flu, and RSV

Get the updated 2023–2024 COVID-19 and flu vaccines. Find out about the RSV vaccine.

What to do

Find where to get COVID-19 and flu vaccines

If you have insurance:

  • Ask your healthcare provider for both vaccines.
  • If they do not have vaccines available, click the button below to find a vaccine location.
  • Vaccines are covered if you get them at places that take your insurance.

If you do not have insurance:

  • Get a free COVID-19 vaccine at a pharmacy by clicking the button below.
  • You can also get COVID-19 and flu vaccines at a free vaccine location for people without insurance:

Ask your provider if you should get vaccinated against RSV

A new vaccine came out in 2023 that protects against RSV. RSV is another virus that causes illness similar to a cold. But babies and older adults can sometimes become very sick from RSV and need to be hospitalized.

Because of this, the RSV vaccine is recommended for certain groups:

  • Older adults
    • People age 60 years or older should ask their provider if the vaccine is right for them.
  • Pregnant people
    • All pregnant people should get the vaccine at 32-36 weeks to give their baby immunity against RSV.

For convenience, you can get vaccines for COVID-19, flu, and RSV all in one visit.

RSV vaccines are covered by insurance.

Get help

Scheduling assistance

If you need help scheduling a vaccine appointment at a location near you, call My Turn at 833-422-4255.

Last updated April 23, 2024