Vaccination and Immunization

We can administer most vaccinations without a prescription while you wait. No reservations required. Some age restrictions may apply. Contact our pharmacists for availability.

  • Flu

    Almost all of us know how unpleasant it is to come down with the flu, and since even mild cases of influenza can spread to others, there’s more than just your own health at stake during flu season.

    Flu-related deaths in the United States are estimated between 3,000 and 49,000 per year, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend most people over the age of 6 months get vaccinated every year, and especially those who are at a high risk of flu-related complications. Don’t take chances! Get your seasonal flu vaccination at Huff’s Drug Store.

    (See CDC information on who should not get vaccinated.)

  • Pneumonia

    Pneumonia is a lung infection that is caused mainly be the pneumococcus bacteria, but can be caused by other illnesses that include the flu and chickenpox. Pneumonia can be very dangerous, especially if you have an underlying breathing problem, but you can greatly reduce your chances of infection by getting vaccinated.

    People over 65, children under 5, smokers, and those with underlying conditions affecting breathing are at the highest risk and are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated. Get your pneumonia vaccination at Huff’s Drug Store!

    (See CDC information on who should not get vaccinated.)

  • Shingles

    If you’ve ever had chicken pox, then you’re at risk for shingles! After recovering from chicken pox, the herpes zoster virus remains dormant in a person’s body, and in some cases, may reactivate and cause shingles, resulting in a painful, blistering rash that typical lasts 2 to 4 weeks. In some cases, there can be lasting pain for months or years even after the rash subsides.

    It’s recommended that most adults over age 60 get vaccinated for shingles. Get your shingles vaccination at Huff’s Drug Store!

    (See CDC information on who should not get vaccinated.)

  • Tdap

    Tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis infections all have potentially severe consequences, but they’re easily preventable with the combined “Tdap” vaccine. Vaccination is recommended for a broad variety of people including children, pregnant women regardless of immunization history, healthcare personnel, and anyone who anticipates close contact with an infant under 12 months old. In some cases, a Tdap shot is recommended regardless of how recently you’ve been vaccinated. Get your Tdap vaccination at Huff’s Drug Store!