Is a flu shot right for you?
Last year's flu season was mild. And that was a welcome dose of good news during a pandemic. But now that people are meeting up more again, it's vital for you and your family to get your flu shots this year. Almost everyone 6 months and older needs a shot—especially people who are more likely to get seriously ill if they catch the flu.
Who’s at high risk for flu complications?
- Adults 65 and older.
- Children under 2 years old.
- People with chronic health conditions.
- Pregnant women.
- People with weakened immune systems.
- Nursing home residents.
- Non-Hispanic Black people, Hispanic or Latino people, and American Indian or Alaska Native people.
- Caregivers of people at high risk.