Flu season can be hard to predict.
It usually starts in early fall around October and continues into spring, and in some years, it can last into May. December through March are considered peak flu season—the time when most people get the flu. It’s good to be aware of flu season but you should also know that you can get the flu any time of the year. The best way to stay protected is by getting a yearly flu vaccination.
When should you get vaccinated?
The CDC recommends getting a yearly flu vaccine before flu season starts, so early fall is prime time. While fall is the sweet spot for flu protection, getting vaccinated at any time during the season will help protect you and those around you from the flu. Ask your doctor, a local clinic, or pharmacy to find out when you can get your yearly flu vaccine.
Flu season usually starts in the fall and can last well into spring.
It is recommended by the CDC and is the only flu vaccine that starts working where flu typically enters the body—the nose.
Ask your doctor if FLUMIST QUADRIVALENT is right for you.
FLUMIST QUADRIVALENT is a vaccine that is sprayed into the nose to help protect against influenza. It can be used in people 2 through 49 years old. FLUMIST QUADRIVALENT may not prevent influenza in everyone who gets vaccinated.
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