Flu season is here. If you haven’t received your flu vaccine is it not too late. Flu season varies from year to year but may start as early as October and end as late as May. The first and most important step in protecting yourself from the flu is getting the flu vaccine. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that anyone 6 months or older should receive the flu vaccine. Avoiding sick people and handwashing may help reduce the spread of germs as well. It is important that immunocompromised and asthmatic individuals receive the flu vaccine due to the increased risk of respiratory complications seen with influenza. We still have flu vaccine available so stop by any of our locations for your flu vaccine!
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