Take Action to
Prevent Seasonal Flu

Take 3 Actions to Protect Against Flu:
  1. Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine every season, especially people at higher risk
  2. Take actions every day to help stop the spread of germs. Getting a flu vaccine is the most important.
  3. There are prescription medications called “flu antiviral drugs” that can be used to treat flu illness

Add one more layer of protection to keep you and your family safe

Get your booster as soon as you’re eligible to help protect yourself from #COVID19. Share if you’ve received your booster. If you haven’t, find a COVID-19 vaccine today: vaccines.gov #SleeveUp

Protect yourself and the ones you love

Older adults, people who smoke, or anyone with chronic conditions like asthma, diabetes, or heart disease are especially at risk of severe flu complications. Getting the flu vaccine protects yourself and others from getting the flu. Who are you getting a flu shot for?

Visit cdph.ca.gov/fightflu for more information and go to MyTurn.ca.gov to schedule your vaccine.

Immunize Across the Lifespan

Protect you and your loved ones, and the moments that matter most. #dontwaittovaccinate

Get Involved Today

Join the ICLAC and contribute to advancing immunization coverage across the lifespan of LA County residents.

Flu Kills More Children Each Year In U.S.
Than Any Other Vaccine-Preventable Disease


JJ was a happy, funny, and energetic two-year old when he lost his life to flu, just 10 hours after first showing symptoms.


5-year old Joseph spent 10 days hospitalized with flue before it ultimately took his life.

About the ICLAC

The Immunization Coalition of Los Angeles County (ICLAC) is a diverse, grassroots, community-based partnership of Los Angeles County hospitals, schools, clinics, health department programs, pharmacies, health plans, vaccine companies, and non-profit organizations with a mission to collaborate to improve access to the medically recommended immunizations for adults and adolescents, especially among groups at highest risk for vaccine preventable diseases in Los Angeles County.

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