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Cold and Flu

It's Not Too Late to Get Your Flu Vaccine!

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A yearly flu vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 months and older.

Vaccination is especially important for protecting those at high risk for serious flu complications, including:

  • young children and infants
  • pregnant women
  • adults 65 years and older
  • people with disabilities
  • anyone with chronic health conditions like:
    • arthritis
    • asthma
    • cancer
    • diabetes
    • heart disease
    • HIV/AIDS

Where You Can Get the Flu Vaccine

Use the Flu Vaccine Finder below to find a flu vaccine location near you this flu season.

The flu vaccine is safe and your best protection against the flu.


Get the Flu Vaccine - Not the Flu!

Please visit What You Should Know for the 2015-2016 Influenza Season for more information.

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Last Reviewed: Nov 05, 2012

NetWellness Staff