For People with Chronic Illness

People with chronic illnesses are more susceptible to the flu. People with compromised immune systems are more likely to contract the virus, and their symptoms can be more severe than in the general population. If you have a chronic medical condition, you should consult your doctor about getting vaccinated and other ways to protect yourself against the flu. If you do experience flu-like symptoms, you should contact your doctor immediately to see if you need treatment or further evaluation.

Antiviral Medication is available, and may be recommended for individuals with chronic health problems who contract the flu.

For information for nursing homes and long-term care facilities, click here.


Fight the Flu Fliers
For Children 6 months old and older
For People up to 24 years old
For School-aged children
For People up to 24 years old
For Healthcare and EMS workers
For Parents and caregivers of children 0 to 6 months old
  65 and Older? Now is the time to get your flu shot.
For Expecting mothers
For People 65 and older