At the polyclinic, we offer free vaccination against the flu for people at risk. If you belong to a risk group and want to get vaccinated against the flu, call the general polyclinic on 8 8 250 2000 or consult your GP. You will be registered and given all the information about the date and time of the vaccination. 

We vaccinate patients with the tetravalent vaccine “Influvac Tetra”.

We remind you that the free flu vaccine can be given to:

  • patients with chronic diseases, regardless of their age;
  • persons aged 65 and over;
  • pregnant women;
  • persons living in social care and nursing institutions;
  • health care workers. 

Individuals who do not belong to a risk group can opt for paid flu vaccines. The price of the flu vaccine is 12.80 Euros (patients who do not register with Šeškinė polyclinic pay an additional 6 Euros for the pre-vaccination health check-up). 

Vaccination is carried out in cabinet 337 (on the 3rd floor of the children’s polyclinic) and cabinet 138A (on the 1st floor of the children’s polyclinic). We vaccinate patients with the tetravalent vaccine “Influvac Tetra”, suitable for patients from 6 months of age. 

You can register for paid flu vaccines by calling 8 5 250 2000 and online at https://e.poliklinika.lt/. A referral from a family doctor (paediatrician) is not necessary.

Children and adolescents aged 2 to 18 years can receive the tetravalent spray vaccine “Fluenz Tetra” against the flu. The price of the vaccine is 24.87 Euros.

It is important to talk to the family doctor (paediatrician) about the vaccination with this vaccine. After writing a referral for vaccination, the doctor registers the patient in the Vaccination Cabinet.

Flu is an extremely contagious disease that spreads through airborne droplets. One person with the flu can infect four healthy people. Flu affects 5 to 10 percent of adults and up to a third of children each year, often causing serious complications. Vaccines are considered to be the most reliable means of protecting against this infectious disease. Modern safe and effective vaccines reduce the incidence of flu and its complications by up to 70-90 %, and protection after vaccination is maintained throughout the flu season.