Getting your flu shot has never been more important

Getting both COVID-19 and the flu together, or one after the other, could cause major health issues. Please contact your primary care provider to schedule a flu shot. Or schedule directly via MyUCDavisHealth

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Flu vaccination information for our patients

The flu vaccine is a first and crucial step in protecting against flu infection. It is important to get vaccinations when they are available.

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Get your flu shot now from UC Davis Health – it’s never been more important

Getting your flu shot is crucial protection from influenza, which could be even more severe in this time of COVID-19. Shots are now available at all UC Davis Health primary care clinics.

Woman receiving flu shot

COVID-19 and flu season are about to merge – and doctors are worried

Flu season and COVID-19 are about to merge, and even infectious disease experts are unsure what will happen. But one thing is clear: Getting your flu shot has never been more important.


More flu resources

State and local government public health agencies also have web pages about the flu and flu vaccinations or shots. They may be helpful if you are not a UC Davis patient and you are looking for a flu shot, or if you are looking for more information about the flu in your community.

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Flu prevention tips

No single action will provide complete protection from influenza, but a combination of careful personal steps can help decrease your chances of catching it.