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Can you still get the flu?

Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick answers questions about the flu and the flu vaccine.

I tell people you should get the flu vaccine, even if it’s not 100 percent effective, is because it still has some activity to protect you against the flu. And even if you get the flu, it’s likely that it will be a lot less painful. It will be a lot less severe if you get a flu shot.

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