A file photo of a Walgreens Pharmacy flu shot display. The drugstore chain, plus CVS and several grocery stores like Publix and Winn-Dixie, also offer flu shots. Some are free if your insurance provider is accepted. Otherwise, expect to pay $20 to $70 for a shot, depending on the vaccine, your age and the outlet. Doctors also provide flu shots to their patients.
A file photo of a Walgreens Pharmacy flu shot display. The drugstore chain, plus CVS and several grocery stores like Publix and Winn-Dixie, also offer flu shots. Some are free if your insurance provider is accepted. Otherwise, expect to pay $20 to $70 for a shot, depending on the vaccine, your age and the outlet. Doctors also provide flu shots to their patients. Darron Cummings AP
A file photo of a Walgreens Pharmacy flu shot display. The drugstore chain, plus CVS and several grocery stores like Publix and Winn-Dixie, also offer flu shots. Some are free if your insurance provider is accepted. Otherwise, expect to pay $20 to $70 for a shot, depending on the vaccine, your age and the outlet. Doctors also provide flu shots to their patients. Darron Cummings AP

Where can I still get a flu shot for me or my children?

January 31, 2018 05:52 PM