Flu Prevention

Get a Flu shot at no cost to you!

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If you don't have a doctor, call us or use our Find a Provider Tool.

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Vist a Local Pharmacy

Members 9 or older can receive a vaccine here. It's Quick and Easy. For a complete list of participating pharmacies, use the Fluvention Flu Network directory.

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Don’t let the flu get you!

Three Easy Steps to Avoiding the Flu:

  1. Get your flu shot!
    • Getting a flu vaccination is the best way to prevent the flu.
    • Flu shots are most important for people at high risk and their close contacts. These people include:
      • Children
      • Pregnant women
      • People with chronic health conditions such as heart disease, asthma, etc.
      • People age 50 and older
    • Complications of the flu include pneumonia. The following people should get the pneumonia vaccine: adults 65 and older, people who have a chronic illness, have a a weakened immune system or live in a nursing home. This vaccine protects against a bacteria which causes pneumonia as well as meningitis and bloodstream infections. This can be given at the same time as the flu shot if needed.
  2. Keep your hands clean!
    • Wash your hands with soap and water.
    • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
    • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth. This is how germs can spread.
  3. Be a hero!
    • If you get the flu, try and stay away from others.
    • If you care for others who are at high risk, such as young children or older parents, get a flu shot.
    • Take antiviral drugs to treat the flu.

Will you be pregnant this flu season?

Doctors recommend that you get a flu shot. Your risk of illness is 4 to 5 higher when pregnant. Stay healthy during your pregnancy. Get vaccinated.

Studies show that the flu shot is safe for pregnant women. Learn more!

Already Sick?

Call your doctor or our 24/7 nurse line at 1-877-658-0305 (For TTY, contact California Relay by dialing 711 and provide the 1-877-658-0305 number) and select "Nurse" at the prompt.