Camden County will offer vaccination against seasonal flu at a clinic on Monday, the health department announced today, and Philadelphia has extended its schedule of clinics against swine flu through January.
Like most public vaccine clinics, the new ones are free but limited to residents.
Monday's seasonal vaccine clinic, currently the only one scheduled throughout the region, will be 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Gloucester Township Senior Center in Blackwood.
Philadelphia's swine flu clinics are open daily except for Sundays and holidays at dozens of locations around the city through Jan. 1. The city now offers vaccine to the general public, regardless of risk factor.
Other swine flu clinics - on Dec. 29 in Clayton, Gloucester County, and on Dec. 29 and 30, both days in both Moorestown and Burlington Township, Burlington County - are limited to specific populations.
Some Walgreens pharmacies in South Jersey also have vaccine for certain groups.
Details for all the above are posted at http:/go.philly.com/flu/