Everyone over 6 months of age should get the seasonal flu shot. Protection decreases over the course of a year, so even if you got a flu vaccine last year you should get one again, and every year.
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Everyone over 6 months of age is eligible for the seasonal flu shot.
Yes. The flu vaccine is safe and will not make you sick. The seasonal flu vaccine has a good safety record. Most people who receive the seasonal flu vaccine do not have any symptoms afterwards; some feel a temporary mild soreness in the arm.
Call 315-366-2848 for more information. Bring the insurance card you take to your doctor's to your appointment. Some insurances are accepted, along with cash, check or credit card.