Who's at Risk for the Flu?

Who's at Risk for the Flu?

Everyone is at risk of getting the flu and those 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine. You should especially receive a vaccination if you or someone you live with or care for is at high risk of complications from the flu, including:

  • Children and Infants
  • Pregnant Women
  • Seniors
  • People with Diabetes
  • People with Health Conditions
  • Travelers & People Living Abroad

Where Can I Get a Vaccine?

Your primary care physician can provide you with a flu vaccination. Many states are now offering free or discounted flu vaccines due to this year’s serious outbreak. Contact your primary care physician for more information or visit FLU.GOV and use the Flu Vaccine Finder.

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