Get Your Flu Shot Today
Choose family over flu to prevent serious illness
No matter who we call family, when we choose to get the influenza (flu) vaccine, we’re protecting them. That’s especially true for those who are at higher risk for a bad case of the flu, like children, older people, and those with underlying risk factors like heart disease, stroke, obesity and diabetes.
Get your flu immunization as soon as possible – and make sure your loved ones get theirs, too. Here are more reasons why you should:
- Catching the flu can weaken your ability to fight off COVID-19.
- A flu shot is clinically proven to reduce your chances of hospitalization.
- Flu shots are quick and administered with COVID safety precautions.
Make time to get a flu shot today!
Help save lives by protecting yourself, your loved ones and your co-workers.
Are you in a high-risk category for severe flu complications?
Did you know that age and chronic health conditions put you at a higher risk for a severe case of the flu?
Watch this House Calls clip to learn more.
More on COVID-19 and the flu
Wondering if you can get a flu shot at the same time as the COVID-19 vaccine? You can – and here are more resources from the CDC on COVID-19 and the flu.
Flu prevention tips
Avoiding the flu is easier than you think, with these simple tips.
Top health organizations urge flu and COVID-19 vaccinations
Flu and COVID-19 are both serious respiratory illnesses, and people living with chronic lung disease, cancer, heart disease and diabetes are at a higher risk for severe complications.
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The American Heart Association's Flu Awareness Campaign is supported by Sanofi Pasteur