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Flu Facts
Get answers to some frequently asked questions about influenza from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH).
Flu Vaccine Locator
People at high risk of developing complications from influenza can use this tool to locate facilities in the five boroughs offering influenza vaccines.
Health Department Prevent Influenza Bulletin (in PDF)
Influenza is a serious respiratory illness that can even lead to death. Flu shots can save lives, particularly among children and the elderly. Learn more via the Health Department's "Get Vaccinated" health bulletin.
Who Should Get the Flu Vaccine?
While influenza is not life-threatening for everyone, it poses severe risks to the infirm, the very young, and the elderly. That’s why it is so critical that these people and all those around them get vaccinated.
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