How to make an appointment for a flu shot
It’s not too late for flu shots.
And it’s not entirely too late to get them now.
A new national campaign called Shots for Kids aims to reach young people with access to them.
The campaign, launched Tuesday, is focused on teens and young adults who can’t get flu shots because they are too young or can’t afford to pay for them.
It’s a major effort to address a growing public health crisis.
It includes a $50 million campaign to buy more vaccines.
The vaccine costs about $750 a dose.
In addition, it includes $30 million in grants to states and counties that will help with vaccine manufacturing.
The initiative will also launch a hotline for those who can find out more about the vaccine.
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 requires a flu vaccine for all U.S. children between the ages of 2 and 18, with coverage beginning Oct. 1.
A recent CDC study found that only a quarter of adults between ages 18 and 24 had received a flu vaccination in the previous year.
This year, more than 80 million Americans will receive flu shots, according to the CDC.
The federal government is providing $25 billion in federal grants and loans to help states and localities purchase and distribute the shots, including $15 million for the Midwest and $12 million for Texas.
The U.N. estimates there are more than 3.5 million people in the United States who lack access to flu shots due to their age, income or other factors.
The United States has the highest rate of unvaccinated people of any developed nation, with 1.7 million adults lacking a flu jab, according a recent report from the U.K.-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
The numbers are even higher in some developing nations where access to vaccines is limited or nonexistent.
The flu vaccine is widely available in the developed world, but it is not available to millions of people in developing countries.
In the United Kingdom, for example, people under 18 must get the flu shot if they are older than 18.
And in South Korea, which is one of the countries that have a robust vaccination system, only 2 percent of adults over the age of 65 have received the vaccine since the start of 2016, according the World Health Organization.
The Campaign to Save the Children (CSG) launched the new campaign because of the epidemic, according Amy Lauer, the campaign’s executive director.
“The flu season is just beginning.
We need to make sure we get our flu shots as soon as possible,” she said.
The CDC estimates there were more than 6.2 million cases of the flu last year.
The new campaign is part of a $1.3 billion U.B.P. effort to boost access to vaccinations, including funding for vaccine manufacturers and clinics to make vaccines available to people who can afford them.
That includes more than $4.4 billion for states and $1 billion for counties.
The money will be directed toward helping make the flu shots available to more people.
That means the campaign is targeting more people than ever before.
It also is focusing on teenagers and young people who are less likely to be able to afford to get a flu shots and have other barriers to getting vaccinated, including a higher cost to the U,B.C., and U. of S. governments.
In New York, the new initiative is part and parcel of a broad push to expand access to the flu vaccine to all adults.
Earlier this year, Gov.
Andrew Cuomo proposed requiring that anyone 18 and over who has not received the flu jab be able obtain a flushot if they can afford it.
That’s a goal Cuomo has met, but has not reached because of funding issues.
Lauer said the new vaccine campaign is a good example of how the campaign aims to help people who need it.
“It’s the right thing to do for everyone, and that includes kids,” she told ABC News.
“We want to make it easy for kids to get vaccinated.”
The new effort also is aimed at helping the U of S, which has the lowest percentage of people with an immunization history who are getting flu shots in the U., according to an analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The state currently has about 1.8 million unvaccined people and about 100,000 unvaccinating people, according in the Kaiser analysis.
The number of people without flu shots is increasing, Lauer told ABC.
In some parts of the U in California, a large part of the state’s population is getting vaccinated this year.
In California, about 6.5 percent of residents are getting vaccinated and in a state that has had the highest number of vaccine-preventable cases since 2014, about 4 percent of people are, according data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
That compares to about 7 percent of the overall population.