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Community providers: Help protect eligible Veterans from the flu this winter with these five tips about their no-cost flu shot.
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.
Important information for providers to share with Veterans about no-cost flu shots available to eligible Veterans this 2021-2022 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.
I’ve heard that COVID-19 vaccines have been authorized under EUA. What is an EUA, exactly? Learn answers to this and other questions in the latest You Asked, We Answered blog.
Can I get COVID-19 from the vaccination? Does the COVID-19 vaccine affect my DNA? Find the answer to these and other questions in the latest edition of You Asked, We Answered.
Is it safe to stand in line to get my COVID-19 vaccination? Could I be allergic to the vaccine? Find the answers to these questions and others.
Your COVID-19 questions answered. VA is listening to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and hosting a blog series on questions from Veterans. Tell us what you think.
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.
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.
Help fight the flu by getting a flu shot at no charge. Getting a flu shot helps protect you, your family and loved ones and your community from getting sick with the flu. Even more important this year.
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.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated October 5, 2022
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