Find a Flu Shot

Everyone 6 months and older should get a yearly influenza vaccine. Use the Vaccine Finder to see where to get a flu shot near you.

The best way to prevent getting influenza is by getting a flu shot. Flu shots are safe and effective at reducing flu illness, hospitalizations and death. It usually takes about two weeks for your body to develop immunity to influenza, so make a plan to get your flu shot as soon as possible!

Vaccine Finder

The HealthMap Vaccine Finder provides information on where to get flu shots and other vaccinations. Go to the vaccine finder and enter your zip code to find mapped locations, dates, times, addresses and phone numbers for clinics offering flu and other adult vaccinations near you.

How the Flu Shot Works

Get details on who should get a flu vaccine, types of flu vaccines and good health habits to prevent the flu.
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Facts about the Flu Shot

Misconceptions about the flu shot can cause people to skip this important preventative measure. Here's some facts everyone should know about the flu vaccine.
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Be Prepared For Flu Season

This year, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's more important than ever to get your vaccination. Not only to protect yourself and others from the flu, but also to help save medical resources for COVID-19 patients.  

Watch CDC's "Roll Up Your Sleeve for Your Annual Flu Vaccine" video.

Why Health Experts Are Urging Flu Shots

This year's flu season amid the COVID-19 pandemic poses a double threat and urgent need for immunizations.
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Blog: Preventing a 'Twindemic'

Read the EACH Breath blog to learn more about why this year's flu shot is so important, especially for those at high risk.
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Stay Informed on COVID-19

Find up-to-date resources to help you stay safe and informed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Watch CVS Health Live on what to expect this flu season and why it's more important than ever to get this year's flu shot as early as possible.

The American Lung Association urges members of the public to always consult with their own healthcare providers about whether this or any vaccine is appropriate for them.

Page last updated: October 28, 2020

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