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Hey, New Yorkers— let’s stop the flu bug in its tracks.

Your local hospital and county health department remind you that it is more important than ever to receive your flu vaccination.  Some public health experts believe that this year’s flu season will be highly active in comparison to the low level of flu infection seen last year.  And the more contagious and virulent COVID-19 Delta variant remains prevalent, complicating flu surveillance.  Everyone older than six months should receive a flu vaccination.  Once vaccinated, you will have one less health concern for yourself and your family members.  Your wise decision to get vaccinated has the added benefit of keeping our healthcare system from becoming overwhelmed. 

Getting vaccinated is simple and easy, and most insurances cover flu vaccination at no additional cost to you.  The flu vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine can be given at the same time.

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Campaign Resources for Hospital

Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Get your flu vaccine.

Find flu vaccines at your local hospital or contact your local health department.

Long Island Region

Represented by the Suburban Hospital Alliance and NSHC

Catholic Health

Long Island Community Hospital

Mount Sinai South Nassau

Nassau University Medical Center

Northwell Health

NYU Langone Hospital Long Island

Stony Brook Medicine

Northport VA Medical Center

Hudson Valley Region

Represented by the Suburban Hospital Alliance and NorMet

Blythedale Children’s Hospital

Ellenville Regional Hospital

Garnet Health

Helen Hayes Hospital

Keller Army Community Hospital

Montefiore Health System

NewYork-Presbyterian

Northwell Health

Nuvance Health

Saint Joseph’s Medical Center

Westchester Medical Center Health Network

Check out these links for information about the flu virus and the flu vaccine.