UPDATED: The Braintree Department of Health still has 84 flu vaccines available for free by appointment, and an urgent care center on Granite Street also reports being fully stocked with the drug.
Last week, Braintree had 158 doses, Chief of Staff and Operations Peter Morin said. Since last fall, the town has provided 1,686 vaccines.
Because of the town's surplus, there are no plans to order more vaccines, Morin said. Residents can call 781-794-8090 to schedule an appointment.
"We're carefully monitoring it," he said.
As of last week, Braintree had 23 confirmed cases of the flu, up from two last year.
Doctor's Express, an urgent care center new to Braintree, reported Monday morning that it is fully stocked with vaccines. They are available during its regular hours and it will hold a clinic on Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
For more information, go to www.doctorsexpressbraintree.com.
Correction: Morin provided updated information on the number of flu vaccines available Monday afternoon and also corrected the total given out so far this season.