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Nobody has time for the flu.

Thankfully, there’s a simple, free, or low-cost way to protect yourself from flu this fall and winter. Protect yourself and your loved ones from flu by getting a flu shot.

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In a bad flu season, as many as 52,000 people have died from flu.


Last flu season, people who got vaccinated were about 50% less likely to get the flu.


Last flu season, being vaccinated reduced the risk of hospitalization due to the flu by about 50%

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Whether you've had a flu shot before or not, you might have questions about it.

We have the answers to your questions.

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Where can I get a flu shot and how much does it cost?

Most insurance plans cover flu vaccines at no cost to you. You can get vaccinated at your doctor’s office or find locations to get a flu shot at most pharmacies, county health departments and urgent care centers. If you don’t have insurance, you can still get a free or low-cost flu shot at your local community clinic or public health department.

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Covid-19 and Flu

Don't miss out on what's important, get the flu shot this season to protect yourself and your loved ones.

You might have questions about getting both a flu shot and a COVID-19 vaccine. We have the latest information to answer your questions.

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Protect Yourself

CDC estimates that during the 2022-2023 season, flu vaccination prevented 6 million flu-related illnesses, 2.9 million flu-related medical visits, 65,000 flu-related hospitalizations, and 3,700 flu-related deaths.

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Protect Your Time

People who get flu are usually sick for about a week. Being protected against flu and staying healthy means you can be there for loved ones who depend on you.

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Protect Your Community

People with certain chronic conditions are at higher risk of getting very sick from flu, including being hospitalized or even dying. Getting a flu vaccine can reduce the risk of giving flu to people with asthma, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, HIV/AIDS, and sickle cell anemia.

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Protect Your Loved Ones

A flu vaccine helps protect the people around you who are more likely to get very sick from flu, like babies, young children, pregnant people, and older adults.

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CDC recommends almost everyone should get a flu shot each season.

There are many different flu vaccine options, including flu shots, a nasal spray vaccine, and special vaccines for people who are 65 years and older.

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