Are you up to date on your vaccinations, including COVID-19 boosters?
Catch up on vaccines to protect yourself against serious illness.
Stay up to date on your vaccines
It's especially important to stay up to date on your vaccines. Vaccines protect you from serious illness and can even keep you out of the hospital.
Talk with your doctor about which vaccines may be right for you, many of which Medicare covers:
COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots. Staying up to date with your COVID-19 vaccines (including getting all recommended boosters when eligible) will keep you best protected from severe COVID-19 illness.
One flu shot per flu season. The CDC recommends getting your flu shot by the end of October to stay protected throughout flu season.
Two different pneumococcal shots. Medicare covers the first shot at any time and a different, second shot if it's given at least one year after the first shot.
Visit Medicare.gov to see what other vaccines Medicare covers, and talk with your doctor about staying up to date on your vaccines.
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