Influenza Impacts Your Corporate's Productivity
Mean reduction in productivity
Infected employees are a threat to co-workers & family
Together We Can Beat The Flu
During 2019-2022 influenza vaccine prevented 7.5+ million illness and 10,600+ hospitalization globally.
WHO recommends all adults should get flu vaccine every year. The vaccine reduces illness, doctor visits, missed work, hospitalization and even death.
Global trends indicate FLU has become more aggressive post covid 19.
Benefits of Corporate Vaccination
Educate The Employees to Basic
Wellness Hygiene Tips
Use Face Mask
Clean & Disinfect
Wash Your Hands Frequently
Keep Distance From Others
Avoid Touching Eyes, Nose or Mouth
Stay at Home When You Are Sick
Who should have the flu shot?
The CDC recommends that everyone over the age of 6 months has a flu vaccination every year. The flu can require hospitalization and can even be fatal. Getting vaccinated against the flu helps protect both you and the people around you.
Can I get influenza (flu) vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time?
You can get a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine at the same time. There’s a potential of an increase in mild to moderate adverse events when more than 1 vaccine is given at the same time.
Can the flu shot give me the flu?
No. All flu vaccines are ‘inactivated’, which means they do not contain the live flu virus — so you can't catch the flu from the vaccine.
Sometimes I get the flu despite having had the flu shot — why should I bother?
Flu vaccination prevents illness in up to 6 in 10 healthy adults under the age of 65. Because the vaccine is not effective in absolutely every case, some people may still catch the virus after having the flu shot. But the risk of illness is still reduced.
Do children, adults, pregnant women and the elderly need a different vaccine?
Generally, children, adults and pregnant women get the same vaccine to protect them against the flu. However, if your child is under 9 years old and has not been vaccinated before, they will need to get 2 doses of the vaccine, at least 4 weeks apart, in their first year.
What is Immunity Debt?
An immunity debt is caused by a lack of exposure to regular bacteria and viruses.