With the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic raging, it’s crucial now more than ever to be up-to-date on immunizations and on information that trusted authorities are publishing.

When you consider that flu season peaks in December and February and that it takes about two weeks for your flu vaccine to take effect, you might be a little behind if you get your shot right now. However, the CDC still recommends getting it immediately, and there’s even a helpful vaccine locater so you can easily find a place nearby that can administer one.

Click here to go directly to the CDC’s flu landing page to learn more!