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Seasonal Flu Vaccines

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, such as the seasonal flu, this fall and winter is more important than ever. The CDC recommends getting vaccinated anytime during the flu season to help protect you and your family.

Through our partnerships with County Health in Maricopa, Pinal, and Mohave counties, as well as the Arizona Department of Health Services, we’re offering seasonal flu shots at 30 regularly operating test sites across 15 cities.

Through further work with the VFC program, we are able to fully offer vaccines to the uninsured at all test sites. Our mission is to ensure that every Arizona resident has access to the flu vaccine at every test site.

We truly believe that together this program in partnership with other efforts can be a critical component in preparing Arizona for the flu season, conserving critical healthcare resources and saving lives.

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What is a flu shot?
An influenza (flu) shot is a flu vaccine given usually in the arm with a needle. Seasonal flu shots protect against the three or four influenza viruses that research suggests are most likely to be common during the upcoming season.
Who should get a flu vaccine?
Everyone aged 6 months and older should get a seasonal flu vaccine.
What are the side effects that could occur?
Common side effects from a flu vaccine include redness, soreness, and/or swelling where the shot was given, muscle aches, headache (low grade), nausea, fever, and fatigue. Like other injections, the flu shot can occasionally cause fainting.
How effective is the seasonal flu shot?
According to the CDC, flu vaccine effectiveness can vary. The protection provided by a flu vaccine varies from season to season and depends on the age and health status of the person getting the vaccine and the similarity between the viruses in the vaccine and those in circulation. During years when the flu vaccine match is good, the benefits of flu vaccination will vary, depending on factors like the characteristics of the person being vaccinated (for example, their health and age), what influenza viruses are circulating that season and, potentially, which type of flu vaccine was used.