Let’s fight the flu, one arm at a time

With the ongoing threat of COVID-19 variants, the last thing we need is a bad flu season. Getting your annual flu shot (and encouraging others to do the same) is the best thing you can do to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community from the flu. And the cost is fully covered by most insurance plans.

We make it fast, easy, and safe to do your part and get vaccinated. New this year, we’re offering flu shot appointments — just choose a time that works for you on our app or website. Already coming in for a regular appointment? Your provider can give you your flu shot during your visit.

With the ongoing threat of COVID-19 variants, the last thing we need is a bad flu season. Getting your annual flu shot (and encouraging others to do the same) is the best thing you can do to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community from the flu. And the cost is fully covered by most insurance plans.

We make it fast, easy, and safe to do your part and get vaccinated. New this year, we’re offering flu shot appointments — just choose a time that works for you on our app or website. Already coming in for a regular appointment? Your provider can give you your flu shot during your visit.

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Every flu shot makes us all safer

  • Protect your community

    If you don’t get a shot for yourself, get it for those around you. Like wearing a mask or getting your COVID-19 vaccine, it’s an easy way to help protect friends, family, and at-risk people in your community.

  • Avoid flu + COVID-19 worries

    With COVID-19 still spreading during flu season, a flu shot can help you avoid getting sick and having to worry about which illness you have. Due for a COVID-19 booster? No need to space out your flu and COVID-19 vaccines.

  • Help out hospitals

    Hospitals and healthcare workers are already stressed from over a year and a half of fighting COVID-19. Limiting the spread of the flu helps keep hospital beds open for those who need them.