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Now, during COVID-19, it’s more important than ever to get the care you need. And, we offer safe ways to get a flu shot:

  • Drive-through flu shot clinics
  • Walk-in flu shot events
  • Safe in-person visits

Are you due for other care or health screenings?
We’ve worked hard to offer care in the safest way possible. 

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Get your flu shot. It’s the right thing to do

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Everyone over 6 months old

The flu shot helps protect your loved ones, family and community. Remember, even healthy people can get the flu, and it can be serious.

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Expectant mothers

When women are pregnant, their bodies go through many changes. These changes make them prone to getting flu-related illnesses that could send them to the hospital. Getting a flu shot protects them and their babies.

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Those with chronic conditions

The flu can make long-lasting health problems worse. For example, people with asthma may have more asthma attacks. The flu is also related to an increase of heart attacks and stroke.

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Learn more about the flu

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Get the facts

Get the information you need about the flu. Learn the facts and beware of myths.

Why the flu vaccine is important

Protect yourself and your loved ones against the flu. Learn more information about the flu shot.

Flu and older adults

When older people get the flu, they may get other illnesses that require treatment in a hospital.

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* According to the Centers for Disease Conrol and Prevention (CDC). For more information about the flu, visit cdc.gov/flu.