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It’s Time for Your Flu Shot


Holiday parties and family get-togethers mean lots of people (and germs!) standing close together. Have you had your flu shot?

  • Don’t let the holidays distract you. Before you get too caught up in holiday planning, find a clinic near you and get protected from the flu.
  • This applies to all ages. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends everyone age 6 months and older get a flu shot.
  • Where can I get a flu shot? The Department of Health Services has a flu vaccine finder. Simply go to vaccinefinder.org

Sources: DHS.wisconsin.gov/publications “Flu Shots 2016-2017”, (accessed July 17, 2019), available at dhs.wisconsin.gov; CDC.gov/flu.

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