Laredo Health Department recommends getting vaccinated for respiratory illnesses

Stay Vigilant: The Laredo Health Department Encourages Ongoing Vaccination During the End of Flu Season

The flu season is coming to an end, but the Laredo Health Department is reminding the community to stay vigilant. Despite the low levels of flu and other infections in the area, getting vaccinated is crucial to protect yourself and those around you.

Jaime Perez from the Laredo Health Department emphasizes the importance of staying up to date with vaccines. Currently, there have been over 500 cases of flu registered in the city, making it important for everyone to take steps to prevent illness.

To keep yourself protected during this time, you can get vaccinated for RSV, recommended for children aged 0 to 24 months, until the end of the month. The flu vaccine will be available until June 30th for both adults and children alike.

For more information on how to get vaccinated for yourself or your family members, call 956-727-6966. Stay informed and take steps to protect your health during this time.


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