Influenza (Flu) Resource Page

Who Should Get a Flu Vaccine? 
The CDC recommends everyone 6 months of age and older to get a yearly flu vaccine. If you have questions about whether the flu vaccine is right for your patients, or family and even yourself, we encourage you to research the facts and utilize our resources.

The flu vaccine is a yearly vaccine to help you build immunity, each year, to the the active strains of influenza for the season. To learn more about the flu vaccine, what is happening with flu season this year and more visit Arizona Dept. of Public Health influenza web page.

Where to go for your shots has information and resources for you to locate a vaccine for yourself and other family members. You can also call your doctor or visit your local pharmacy to see if they carry and cover the flu vaccine or other vaccines you may need.

Flyers and Posters available to order on the Free Materials Page – click here.

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Provider Resource Links –

ADHS influenza surveillance – click here

ACIP recommendations – click here

Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Resources for Healthcare Professionals – click here

Influenza Tool-Kit for Long term Care Employees – click here

Everyone feels nervous getting a vaccine sometimes, but children with special needs or developmental disabilities may need extra support getting their vaccines! TAPI and @DMG_AZ want to share these tips to make it easier! For even more strategies visit:

The arrival of polio vaccines in the 1950s led to a dramatic decline in this paralyzing disease, reducing cases by 99% worldwide. With the recent report of polio case in New York, Dr. Yvonne A. Maldonado explains what parents need to know:

Ready to get your #COVID19 shot or booster? Two vaccine events are happening tomorrow in Laveen and Mesa:

▶️ 9am-1pm: El Buen Pastor, 950 W 8th Ave, Mesa

▶️ 3-6pm: Laveen Education Center, 5001 W Dobbins Rd

Call 602-506-6767 for questions or visit

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Stay home if you are sick

Avoid close contact with
sick people and wear a mask

Cover your nose and mouth
when you sneeze

Wash your hands often

Clean and disinfect

Stay up to date on your vaccinations