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2023-24 Flu Season

Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine every season with rare exceptions. Vaccination is particularly important for people who are at higher risk of serious complications from influenza.

Different flu vaccines are approved for use in different age groups.
• There are several flu shots approved for use in people as young as 6 months old and older, and two are approved only for adults 65 years and older.
• Flu shots also are recommended for pregnant people and people with certain chronic health conditions.
• The nasal spray flu vaccine is approved for use in people 2 years through 49 years of age. People who are pregnant and people with certain medical conditions should not receive the nasal spray flu vaccine.

Vaccine options:
• For people younger than 65 years, CDC does not recommend any one flu vaccine over another.
• For adults 65 years and older, there are three flu vaccines that are preferentially recommended for people 65 years and older. If none of the three flu vaccines preferentially recommended for people 65 and older is available at the time of administration, people in this age group can get any other age-appropriate flu vaccine instead.

The most important thing is for all people 6 months and older to get a flu vaccine every year.
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For additional information call 1-800-282-8672, or visit The best source of information about the flu vaccination if is your physician.

Reminder: The flu vaccine can be administered at the same time as a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.

Stats on COVID-19

For more data on Delaware COVID-19 cases including demographic breakdowns, go to My Healthy Community