Pregnant Mothers Should Get a Yearly Flu Vaccine

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May 12, 2023

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Pregnant Mothers Should Get a Yearly Flu Vaccine

Mother’s Day is a good time to remind expecting mothers that they should get a yearly flu vaccine to protect themselves from flu and its potentially serious complications. Pregnant people who get a flu shot also are helping to protect their developing babies from flu illness for the first several months after their birth, when they are too young to get vaccinated.
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