Flu & COVID-19
With both flu and COVID-19 circulating this season, getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever. Learn more about what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones on the CDC website:
- FAQs: Flu and COVID-19
- Getting a Flu Vaccine during the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Similarities and Differences between Flu and COVID-19
For more information about COVID-19, see the COVID-19 section of our website.
The flu spreads easily, and there are lots of ways to catch it.
The flu is especially hard on older adults and small children, so keep your family protected.
Because getting the flu is easy, but getting the shot is even easier.
DSHS encourages you to protect yourself and your family by getting the flu shot as soon as possible. We urge everyone six months old and older to get vaccinated every flu season.
What Can I Do?
Get a flu shot now. It’s the best way to protect yourself and others from serious flu illness.
Flu Vaccination Info & Finder
Stop the Spread
Wash your hands frequently. Cover your coughs and sneezes. Stay home if you’re sick.
Flu Prevention Tips
Getting the flu shot is particularly important for:
Older adults (65 years and older)
Small children (6 months to 5 years)
People with chronic health conditions
CDC Information For:
- Parents with Young Children
- People at High Risk
- Health Professionals
- Schools/Childcare Facilities
- Business & Employers