The Center for Disease Control recommends that everyone should get a flu vaccination this year, not just the young or elderly. Getting vaccinated is the first and most important step in protecting against this serious illness.

Here’s where you can walk in and get a Flu Shots in the Magic Valley:

Location Address City
Buhl Drug 419 Broadway Ave S Buhl
Ridley's 705 E Hwy 30 Buhl
Kwik Meds 256 Overland Ave Burley
Smith's Pharmacy 937 E Main St Burley
Walgreens 904 E Main St Burley
Jerome Drug 111 Pioneer Ct Ste 2 Jerome
R & R Pharmacy 133 W Avenue A Jerome
Ridley's Food And Drug 1016 S Lincoln Ave Jerome
Ridley's Pharmacy 210 S Main Kimberly
Albertsons 1221 Addison Ave East Twin Falls
Costco Pharmacy 731 Poleline Rd Twin Falls
Dick's Pharmacy 526 Shoup Ave W Ste K Twin Falls
Fred Meyer Pharmacy 705 Blake St Twin Falls
Kmart Pharmacy 2258 Addison Ave E Twin Falls
Kurt's Prescription Center 1203 Filer Ave E Twin Falls
Medical Office Pharmacy 476 Cheney Dr W Ste 140 Twin Falls
Orchard Drug 995 Washington St S Twin Falls
Sav-Mor Drug 139 Main Ave W Twin Falls
Shopko Pharmacy 1649 Poleline Rd E Twin Falls
Smith's Pharmacy 1913 Addison Ave E Twin Falls
South Central Public Health District 1020 Washington St N Twin Falls
St. Luke's Quick Care 775 Pole Line Road W., Suite 103 Twin Falls
Target Pharmacy 1611 Blue Lakes Blvd N Twin Falls
Walgreens 306 Blue Lake Blvd N Twin Falls
Walgreens 1732 Washington St N Twin Falls

Stop The Spread of The Flu

The CDC also recommends several easy-to-follow steps to help stop the spread of the flu:

  • If you get sick with flu-like illness, stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care or for other necessities.
  • Practice proper cough and sneeze etiquette to prevent the spread of germs. (Cough into your elbow.)
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill.

These steps can help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses like influenza, but are not a substitute for a flu shot.