Influenza (Seasonal Flu) Vaccines
Influenza strains vary from year to year, but one thing remains constant: everyone six months and older should get an annual flu shot. Influenza vaccination remains one of the best preventive measures for containing the spread and severity of flu. The AMA keeps you up to date with the latest news on influenza vaccines, including types of flu vaccines available, when patients should get vaccinated, recommendations for population care and more. In addition, AMA provides resources on how to talk to patients about getting their seasonal flu vaccine and answers to frequently asked questions.