Who Needs A Flu Vaccine?

Influenza, commonly referred to as the 'flu', is a severe respiratory illness that is easily spread and can lead to severe complications, even death. Each year in the U.S. on average, influenza and its related complications result in approximately 226,000 hospitalizations and over 23,600 deaths. Combined with pneumonia, influenza is the nation's eighth leading cause of death. You can help avoid getting and spreading influenza by getting vaccinated each year.

Learn about Who Needs A Flu Vaccine.
http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/whoshouldvax.htm

Vaccination

Get Vaccinated! Don't Get Flu. Don't Spread Flu. Visit www.cdc.gov/flu

Flu Vaccination Clinics in New York State

Flu vaccination clinics offered by local health departments

Select a county from the map below, or from a list of counties in New York State to view information about flu vaccination clinics in that county. If no information is available, please contact your local health department directly.

New York State Map
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