Outdoor Flu Vaccine Clinic 2020

By Cambridge Public Health Department

The Cambridge Public Health Department will offer free flu vaccines to adults and children (age 6 months and older) by appointment starting in October.

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.: 11am – 3:30pm and 11am – 3:30pm.

Please follow the safety and procedures detailed on the City of Cambridge's website: Click here to view safety & procedure information!

Please schedule your appointment by signing up by phone (617-349-9788) or online at: https://cphd-flu-2020.as.me/schedule.php

We strongly discourage walk-ins!

All ages.

All Adults and children (6 months and older) can receive the flu vaccine. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


Flu Clinic Call Center

Appointments can be made by phone or online using the website link on this page: https://cphd-flu-2020.as.me/schedule.php

Registration required

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Click here to schedule an appointment and print out your forms!

Please register online or by phone (617-349-9788). Walk-ins are strongly discouraged.

*Some registration dates may not be available yet. Please be sure to check the registration link periodically for your desired date.*



  • In-person only.

Starlight Square

Parking Lot behind H Mart
Corner of Norfolk St and Bishop Allen Drive
Cambridge, MA 02139

The Port

This clinic will be held outdoors.

Translation services available - Contact the organization for more details. Wheelchair accessible

Additional information

You can get more information about the Flu and our flu vaccines by visiting the City of Cambridge's website announcement: click here!

You can also signup for Cambridge Daily Email Updates to learn more about future clinic times and location: Signup for email updates here!

Cambridge residents can get a flu shot at no charge at one of the flu clinics run by the Cambridge Public Health Department. Due to the pandemic, the health department will not be able to offer flu shots at its office this year, and residents are encouraged to go to one of the public flu clinics, a local pharmacy, or make an appointment with their health care provider. While there is no charge to the public for flu shots, people with health insurance are encouraged to bring their cards with them to the clinics.

The health department is currently ramping up its efforts to vaccinate more residents than in previous years while implementing strict safety procedures to reduce the risk of getting—or transmitting—COVID-19. If you are seeking a flu shot, you will be asked to follow new guidelines and recommendations to support these safety and health measures.

Nasal spray flu vaccine (FluMist®) will be available for people age 2–50, while supplies last. 

High-dose flu vaccine will be available for adults age 65 and older, while supplies last. 

This service will be available while supplies last.

Flu Vaccine Types FAQ (2020)