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NYC Health + Hospitals Urges New Yorkers to Get Their Flu Vaccination Shot

Vaccine is widely available throughout the public health care system.

NYC Health + Hospitals Continues to Urge New Yorkers To Get Flu Vaccine

New Yorkers can call 844-NYC-4NYC for an appointment at a clinic nearby.

2020 Flu FAQ for Patients

This year’s flu vaccine could be the most important one you ever get! The COVID-19 pandemic can make this year’s influenza (flu) season more challenging than ever. Get your flu shot early before the flu virus begins spreading in the community. Protect yourself, your family, your neighbors and coworkers. English | Español | Shqip | العربية | বাংলা | Français | Kreyòl Ayisyen | हिंदी | 한국어 | Polski | Русский | 简体中文 | 繁體中文 | اُردُو Why is it so important to get a flu shot this year? It is possible to get both

Fight the Flu!

Like an evil villain, the flu can make even the healthiest New Yorkers seriously ill. So, make plans to get yourself and family vaccinated early, before flu season begins.

Declaration of Flu Season Is a Call to Action for New Yorkers

NYC Health + Hospitals urges residents to get vaccinated.

Expert Advice: Answers to Common Questions about the Flu

NYC Health + Hospitals expert answers five questions people have about the flu and vaccination.

Be a Flu Fighter

The Flu Flu is a very dangerous lung illness that spreads easily. It’s estimated that every year up to 20% of people in the United States get flu. More than 2,000 New Yorkers die from flu each year. Flu is contagious, caused by viruses that infect your nose, throat, and lungs. Flu can cause severe illness and death. Fever, chills, fatigue, body aches, sore throat, and headache are common symptoms

5 Things to Know this Flu Season

HHC physicians answer five common questions about the flu.

Statement of HHC President Alan D. Aviles Regarding NY State Decision to Require Masks for All Health Care Employees Who Have Not Received a Flu Vaccination

The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation welcomes the new State Department of Health requirements for mandatory face masks for health care workers who have not been vaccinated against influenza.


Mitchell H. Katz, MD NYC HEALTH + HOSPITALS PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER REPORT TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS September 24, 2020 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE COVID-19 vaccine trials – Our health system is involved in one vaccine trial and is planning to be involved in another – a phase 3 trial through the COVID-19 Prevention Network formed by the NIH/NIAID. We expect to have several of our hospitals participate and begin