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Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, like flu, this fall, and winter is more important than ever.
The most effective way to protect yourself and your family from the flu is by getting the flu shot. Protecting yourself will help protect those around you, especially those who are more susceptible to severe flu illness, such as babies and children, seniors, and individuals suffering from other serious health conditions.
Did you know:
- Flu vaccinations prevent millions of flu-related doctor visits each year. According to the CDC, vaccinations in 2017 prevented 5.3 million flu illnesses, 2.6 million flu-related doctor visits, and more than 85,000 flu-related hospitalizations.
- Flu vaccines can be a critical preventative tool for people with chronic health conditions. Several studies have shown that vaccinated individuals suffering from heart disease, diabetes, and chronic lung disease experience significantly less issues than those who remain unvaccinated.
- Vaccinations in pregnant women can protect the baby from the flu for several months after birth when they are still too young to be vaccinated.
- Children are especially susceptible to flu-related complications due to their still-developing immune systems. Flu shots can significantly reduce a child’s risk of flu-related death.