• 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.

  • 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.

  • Veterans under 50 need flu shots, too

    Over 640,000 people were hospitalized last year for the flu. The shot is not only for children and older adults. Veterans under 50 also need a flu shot. Here’s some the tips to help prevent the flu.

  • Free flu shots for Veterans at your local Walgreens

    Free flu shots are available now at Walgreens for Veterans enrolled in VA health care. Free flu shots for Veterans are also available at VA sites of care.

  • 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.

  • Free flu shots for enrolled Veterans at Walgreens

    Enrolled Veteran patients can get your free flu shot at Walgreens. You’ll need your Veterans Health Identification Card and another form of photo ID. No appointment necessary.

  • Veterans: It’s still not too late to get your flu shot

    Veterans enrolled in VA health care are eligible for a no-cost flu shot at any of the over 8,000 Walgreens nation-wide in addition to local VA health care facilities.

  • VA North Texas gives its 10,000th flu shot

    Every flu season is different, and influenza infection can affect people differently.

  • The best way proven to prevent the flu: Get your flu shot

    One of the simplest and most effective ways to prevent the spread of the flu is vaccinations – getting the flu shot.

  • Stay Well this Cold & Flu Season

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