• Community providers: Providing flu shots to Veterans

    Community providers: Help protect eligible Veterans from the flu this winter with these five tips about their no-cost flu shot.

  • 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.

  • Community providers: Please tell Veterans about easy, no-cost flu shot options through VA

    Important information for providers to share with Veterans about no-cost flu shots available to eligible Veterans this 2021-2022 flu season.

  • Retail pharmacies, urgent care providers: How to provide flu shots to eligible Veterans this flu season

    Help keep Veterans healthy and well during flu season. Steps for community providers to provide a flu shot to eligible Veterans this season.

  • Veterans: Four steps to get your community flu shot

    Veterans enrolled in VA health care are eligible to receive a no-cost flu vaccine from over 70,000 in-network community providers.

  • San Antonio VA flu tele-townhall

    Over 10,000 random Veterans received an invite via telephone to participate in a tele-townhall designed to inform South Texas Veterans about influenza, risks, and the precautions.

  • 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.

  • Walk-in flu clinic protects Veterans, employees, against seasonal influenza virus

    Veterans across the country who can’t make it to a VA facility for the flu shot can visit a Walgreens for a no cost flu vaccination by presenting their Veterans Health Identification card.

  • VA is ready for the 2019-2020 flu season

    Free flu shots will be available at all VA Medical Centers and Community Based Outpatient Clinics. And at the 9,600 Walgreens pharmacies. Just present your VA Health Identification Card and a photo ID.

  • Veterans: Here’s how to avoid getting the flu

    Want to avoid the flu? Dr. Jane Kim, VA's Chief Consultant for Preventive Medicine, shares some quick and easy ways to increase your chances of staying healthy during this nasty flu season.

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