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2013-2014 Flu Season

Where can I get vaccinated? 


Who should get a flu shot?

Everyone, age 6 months and older. People age 9 and over only need a single shot. Children, 6 months to 8 years of age, may require two doses. For more information, contact your health care provider. Flu dosing algorithm.

When should I get my flu shot?
As soon as you can. The vaccine is available now.

Can you tell me more about high-dose vaccine?
For those 65 years and older, high-dose vaccine is available. It's intended to create a stronger immune system response. For more information about the vaccine, click here.

More information can also be found on our flu FAQ page.


Cold & Flu Materials

 

 

MORE INFORMATION:

SRHD Local Flu Hotline
(509) 324-1643

SRHD Flu FAQ

 

Flu Information for Health Care Providers

Find a Flu Shot - Flu Clinic Locator

CDC Seasonal Flu Information

WA State Dept. of Health - Flu News

WA State Dept. of Health - Notice regarding mercury & thimerosal

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April 15, 2014