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Make Time to Get a Flu Shot Today!

Everyone should get a flu shot. If you have an underlying condition such as heart disease or stroke, it's even more important. 

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The flu can leave most people sick for a few days, but people with heart disease and other chronic health conditions are at higher risk of developing serious complications.  Get your flu immunization as soon as possible, and make sure your loved ones get theirs, too.

Couple COVID-19 and flu protection: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says getting a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu shot at the same time is safe.

Learn more about preventing serious illness and get answers to all your flu season questions. 

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