• World War II Veterans receive flu vaccinations at Jasper VA clinic

    “My doctor recommended the vaccine for greater protection during the flu season and I took his advice. I trust the VA with my health.”

  • Get your flu shot before the holidays

    Get your flu shot before the holidays to protect yourself and your loved ones. Remember you can safely get both the COVID-19 vaccine and flu shot at the same time.

  • No-cost VA flu shots for eligible Veterans

    Eligible Veterans can get a no-cost flu shot from a nearby VA clinic or within their community. Here’s all the information you need.

  • Spread joy, not flu this season: Free flu shot at VA or 70,000+ network providers

    Veterans enrolled in VA health care who have received care from either VA or community provider within the past 24 months are eligible for a free flu shot.

  • Spreading the message – get the vaccine!

    Robert Hancock was “scared” to get the vaccine. Then he had a long talk with a Tampa VA doctor who walked him through the process and explained the benefits of being vaccinated. He got the shot.

  • Veteran Service Organizations team up with VA to fight flu

    VA has joined forces with America’s Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) this year to fight flu together. VSOs are reaching out to their members, encouraging them to get flu shots … now.

  • Community providers: Help Veterans #FightFlu!

    Talk to Veteran patients about preventing the flu by getting a flu shot. Veterans enrolled in VA health care are eligible for a free flu shot. Make vaccinations a routine part of patient care.

  • Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones: Get a Flu Shot

    Getting your flu shot protects you and your family in many ways. First, when you’re healthy, you’re able to continue caring for those close to you. Second, you keep them from getting flu from you.

  • Are you 65 or older? A flu shot can protect you

    If you are a Veteran 65 or older, you are at higher risk for moderate to severe flu illness. The CDC estimates that 70 to 85 percent of flu-related deaths are in those 65 and older.

  • Pregnant? You need a flu shot!

    It's important for pregnant women to get a flu shot, and to talk with their health care provider if they have questions about the vaccine.

  • Drive-thru flu clinic opens for North Texas Veterans

    VA North Texas Health Care System is making it as easy for Veterans and employees to receive their flu shot with the drive-thru flu clinic Monday through Friday. “We are also accepting walk-ups.”

  • Fighting flu together: Get an immunization!

    Last flu season, more than 27,000 Veterans came to VA hospitals with the flu. In addition, over 4,600 Veterans were hospitalized and 600 were in intensive care due to the flu.

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