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  • Respiratory Illnesses are Rising Among Children. Public Health Experts Offer Advice for Families.

    The Cambridge Public Health Department is alerting residents that there has been a sharp rise in infants and children in Massachusetts seeking care for respiratory illnesses this fall. These illnesses include RSV, rhinovirus and enterovirus, and the flu.
  • Cambridge Willing to go the Extra Mile to Help Get Residents Vaccinated

    More than 1,800 residents have already taken advantage of the Cambridge Public Health Department's free flu and COVID-19 vaccine clinics this fall, but there was one recent vaccination that reflects just how far City staff will go to ensure the health of its residents.
  • Upcoming Flu, COVID-19, and VaxAbilities Clinics

    The Cambridge Public Health Department is hosting free flu and COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the Cambridge community, and partnering with VaxAbilities on two clinics (Oct. 19 and Nov. 16) with extra staff to provide skilled support to people with disabilities and/or sensory support needs.
  • FDA Authorizes, CDC Recommends Bivalent COVID-19 Booster Vaccines for Younger Age Groups

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized the use of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 Bivalent Vaccines for younger age groups.
  • Disability Friendly Vaccine Clinics October 19 and November 16

    These clinics will have extra staff on hand to provide skilled support to both children and adults with disabilities and/or sensory support needs. Clinics will offer flu and COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 6 months and up, as well as adult vaccines and boosters. People with and without disabilities can get vaccinated at these clinics.
  • Cambridge Public Health Department Recommends Flu Vaccines and COVID-19 Boosters, Releases Fall Vaccine Clinic Schedule

    As we head into cooler weather, it’s time to think about flu and COVID-19 risks. Flu season will soon be upon us. Spending more time indoors means that there’s more opportunity for COVID-19 to spread. To protect against these two threats, the Cambridge Public Health Department (CPHD) strongly recommends that residents get an annual flu vaccine AND stay up-to-date on COVID vaccinations and boosters.
  • CDC Recommends Updated Booster Shots for Better Protection Against Omicron

    On September 1, 2022, the CDC recommended use of updated (bivalent) COVID-19 booster shots for better protection against COVID-19 Omicron variants.
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic - Wednesday, August 31

    The Cambridge Public Health Department is offering a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the War Memorial Recreation Center on Wednesday, August 31. All members of the Cambridge community ages 12 and older are welcome.
  • Free COVID-19 Treatments Are Available in Massachusetts

    Vaccines and boosters are the best way to protect against COVID-19. However, even some people who are fully vaccinated may get COVID. People who test positive - whether vaccinated or not - and who are at high risk for serious illness now have access to free treatments that can help prevent severe disease.
  • COVID-19 Vaccines for Young Children

    COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Vaccines are recommended even for children who have already had COVID-19, since prior infection does not protect against new variants. COVID-19 infections have caused serious illness, hospitalization, and, in rare instances, death among young healthy children who had no underlying medical conditions. Vaccines can help protect your child.
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