Influenza Vaccines: Benefits and Immunization

Influenza vaccines are vaccines that provide protection against influenza viruses. They help the immune system recognize and combat specific strains of the influenza virus, reducing the risk and severity of flu infections. Influenza vaccines are recommended for individuals of all ages, especially those at higher risk of complications.
Where to get
Available during flu vaccination campaigns and through healthcare providers.
Prepared by Shruti Sahoo, reviewed by Dr. Eugene Smith

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