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When Should You Administer A Flu Vaccine

When Should You Administer A Flu Vaccine

Flu vaccines are without a doubt a necessity for all kids out there. It is recommended that as a parent you give you kids flu vaccines. That said, the main question that has been on the heads of many parents is when to actually administer flu vaccines. As easy as it may sound, knowing the best time to administer a flu vaccine is usually one of the hardest thing when it comes to administering flu vaccines. In this article we will be addressing this matter as we will look at the best times for you to administer flu vaccines. 

Before embarking on administering flu vaccines, it is important that you know when the flu season starts. Flu season usually starts at around October, probably in the beginning of October and before the 15th of the month. It usually ends in May. That said, its good to actually note that flu vaccines should be administered before the “flu season”. Other important information that parents should have is that flu usually gets very worse during the months of December, January and February. This particular months usually see lots of people having flu. The more the people have it, the higher the chances of you getting it. 

There you have it guys, do ensure that you administer flu vaccines to your kids at the right time so as to see it that they fully benefit from being vaccinated early. 

 



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