Make a strong flu vaccine recommendation : information for health care professionals
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Make a strong flu vaccine recommendation : information for health care professionals

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      DC recommends everyone 6 months of age and older get an influenza vaccine every year. Vaccination is especially important for people 65 years and older because of their high risk of developing serious complications from flu. Your Vaccine Recommendation is Critical As a health care professional, your strong recommendation is a critical factor in whether your patients get a flu vaccine. Research indicates that adults are likely to get their flu vaccine if their doctor or health care provider recommends it to them. Most adults believe vaccines are important, but they need a reminder from you to get vaccinated. Last Updated October 18, 2017 CS HCVG-15-FLU-113 10/18/2017 make-strong-vaccine-recommendation-65.pdf
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