I’ll get it in October as usual. Last year it was ineffective anyway.
Did it include the free micro-chip?I got the high-dose version for seniors on Monday 8/24/2020.
- no charge (at the pharmacy at my local grocery store)
- no pain (never felt a thing)
- no bleeding
- no hematoma
- no side effects whatsoever
- no mess
- no fuss
Too early for us. Mid to late Oct is typical if we do it that year. We've been hit and miss over the last handful of years. I think this year, we will get it. Never had a bad reaction to a flu shot and I want to limit the chances of needing to go to an ER with the flu and ending up with the 'Rona.
Just curious, is there any advantage to waiting? I assume it is the same shot and either will last the season. Planned on next week but if there is a reason to wait I would.
My doctor says Oct or at the earliest late Sept. The protection begins to fade after a while, before the flu season has ended. We go for the high dose, in mid OCT.Way too early for a flu vaccination, especially for older folks. Best to get it in late Sep or early Oct.
Last year was hit or miss. But the Flu swept through my household. Six of us. Four got it. First, my wife. She didn't move for 48 hours. I was worried. Then, three of my kids got it. Me and the youngest never got it. The two most susceptible didn't get it.I’ll get it in October as usual. Last year it was ineffective anyway.