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Flu shot
As of the age of six months, all Canadians should get a flu shot every year, not only to protect themselves, but also to protect others around them who may be vulnerable, such as babies too young to get the flu shot, or persons with a compromised immune system due to illness or medical treatment (e.g. cancer, transplant).


Vaccination, breastfeeding and pregnancy

It is recommended that all pregnant women, regardless of the stage of pregnancy, be vaccinated against the flu during periods of influenza activity (typically during wintertime). Pregnant women are more at risk for flu-related complications than other women, especially as the pregnancy progresses or if the woman has a chronic illness.
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