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It’s Flu Season –
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If you have not already gotten a flu vaccine, now is the time to protect yourself and your family. Vaccination is the best defense against flu, and it could keep you or a loved one from ending up in the hospital.

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Creating a better and healthier future for our state has been our vision for 25 years. But people across our urban, rural, and frontier communities face barriers to accessing vaccines, health care, and other resources.

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Free Flu Vaccination Clinic - Executive Cuts Barbershop (Las Vegas, NV)
Pop-Up Project Homeless Connect (Las Vegas)

11th Annual Give Kids A Smile


This is Our Shot
Toyin Weaver
In December, I joined thousands of frontline workers across the country and received my COVID-19 vaccine! The shot didn’t hurt at all, but there were still tears. Tears for the 310,935 people in this country and the additional 1.3 M worldwide who’ve lost their lives to COVID. Tears because it’s been 11 months since I last hugged my mom. Tears for all my kiddos who have been asked to sacrifice and for the grace with which they’ve handled it all. Tears because, quite frankly, as a frontline worker I’m exhausted.
The COVID-19 Vaccine and Allergies
Researching food allergies
As a food allergy advocate and parent of two children with food allergies, my mantra is "scrutinize every morsel of food, beverage or medication" that will enter your body. Living with food allergies requires Sherlock Holmes-like skill in keeping allergens out of the body. This means that as the COVID-19 vaccination becomes more available, people managing or caring for those who have food allergies need to apply their super-sleuthing abilities to confirm the vaccination's safety. Good News
Flu Prevention During COVID-19
Flu campaign graphic
Fall and winter months bring the flu season. Here is what you need to know to help protect you and your family from the flu and COVID-19.