Pregnant? Get a Flu Shot - Translations

Pregnant? Get a Flu Shot - Translations

 

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Getting a flu shot is the most important step in protecting against the flu. Getting the flu shot during pregnancy protects both the mother and the baby for many months after birth. Learn why pregnant women are at more risk for the flu and common myths about flu shots.

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¿Está embarazada? Vacúnese contra la gripe

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