The best time to get vaccinated against flu is now. If you haven’t gotten your flu shot yet, there’s still time to protect yourself from this year’s flu season.Text your name to 877-991-9577 to schedule an appointment at your nearest health center! ... See MoreSee Less
The vaccines that people across the country are taking to protect themselves, their families, and people in their communities from the flu are better because of efforts to improve pandemic influenza preparedness. This year, you can get influenza and COVID vaccines at the same time, get more meaningful test results, and the test may be more effective because of studies supported by BARDA, NIAID, or conducted by networks of clinical research organizations formed during the pandemic.Find out how the investments we make in pandemic preparedness translate into more modern, more reliable vaccines and tests for seasonal influenza. aspr.hhs.gov/ASPRBlog/Pages/BlogDetailView.aspx?ItemID=445 #NIVW ... See MoreSee Less
This flu season is already more severe than previous seasons. Flu hospitalizations are higher than they’ve been in 10 years. To keep yourself and your loved ones healthy, get vaccinated during National Influenza Vaccination Week! #FightFlu #NIVW ... See MoreSee Less
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