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When should I get the seasonal flu vaccine?

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Ideally, you should get the seasonal flu vaccine by the end of October. But getting vaccinated with the flu shot makes sense any time during flu season, which may last from September to May.

From: Flu Vaccine Tip Sheet WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 06, 2018
Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 06, 2018

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