Our family gets the flu shot every year. Well actually most of us do, last year my husband didn’t and got a bad case of the flu.
Now that he is a PaPaw to baby Johnny he is getting his flu shot.
I am proud to share all four adults are up to date on our TDAP inoculations.
I shop around each year find the best prices for our immunizations.
Our local grocery chain, H.E.B. charges $34 and Walgreens charges $33.|
My reason to get your flu shot at Walgreens is their involvement with the Get One Give One campaign.
Now through October 14th, when you get a flu shot or any other immunization at Walgreens.
Knowing they will provide a life-saving vaccine through the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life Campaign.
They will supply up to three million vaccines to children who need it most.
Once my insurance card was ran it took only 15 minutes of wait time for the pharmacist to give me my shot.
I just stepped behind a privacy curtain and rolled up my sleeve.
No appointment was necessary and most insurance accepted.
So you can get your flu shot and feel great knowing that your are providing a lifesaving immunization to a child.
Simply come in, get a shot and give a shot.
I found out that 1 in 5 children still lack access to the lifesaving immunizations that help keep children in the U.S. healthy.
Coordinated worldwide vaccination efforts have made significant progress, particularly in reducing cases of measles and polio.
Shot@Life, a campaign of the United Nations Foundation, educates, connects and empowers Americans to help protect children in developing countries from vaccine-preventable diseases. By joining this movement, you can help save a child’s life every 20 seconds by learning about, advocating for and donating vaccines to children who need them most.3