Do I really need a flu shot, even if I'm generally healthy?
Who should get a flu shot?
Everyone over the age of six months should receive the influenza vaccine, every flu season. High-risk individuals–especially pregnant women and those with asthma, diabetes or other chronic conditions–remain at risk for serious complications from the flu.
Why get the flu vaccine?
Most people don't realize how dangerous the flu can be, leading to hospitalizations and even death. Getting a flu shot helps protect not only yourself, but those around you, including family members and coworkers. Learn more about people at high risk of developing complications from the flu.
Does vaccine choice matter?
Where can you get the flu shot?