Inequities in healthcare have contributed to lower rates of flu vaccination in communities of color. Learn about ongoing efforts to change that.
After an early, rough start to the 2022-2023 flu season, what lies ahead? Patterns in past flu seasons, current flu vaccination rates and other factors give some useful insights.
Among children who had flu and COVID at the same time during 2021-2022, those who had gotten a flu vaccine tended to have less severe illness.
Read about the impact of seasonal flu—and of vaccinations.