National Influenza Vaccination Week 2023

National Influenza Vaccination Week

From December 4-8, 2023, we will observe National Influenza Vaccination Week, a reminder for everyone 6 months and older that there’s still time to get a flu vaccine this season. 

Vaccination is particularly important for people who are at higher risk of developing serious flu complications, including pregnant people and young children. Millions of children get sick with flu every year, and thousands will be hospitalized as a result. Pregnant people also are at higher risk of developing serious flu complications.

Since flu viruses are constantly changing and protection from vaccination decreases over time, getting a flu vaccine every year is the best way to reduce your risk from flu. A ​flu vaccine is the only vaccine that protects against flu and has been shown to reduce the risk of flu illness, hospitalization, and death.

Together, we can use NIVW as a nationwide call to action to encourage everyone 6 months and older to get their annual flu vaccine, especially pregnant people, young children, and others at higher risk. The more people vaccinated against flu, the more people are protected from flu.

Click here for CDC NIVW media resources, vaccination messages, and activities you can use to share key flu information with your networks.

National Influenza Vaccination Week 2023

Other Resources

Prevention and Control of Seasonal Influenza with Vaccines: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices — United States, 2023-2024 Influenza Season 

2023-24 Summary of Flu Vaccine Recommendations [600 KB, 4pages]

Prevent Seasonal Flu

Resources for Health Care Professionals

Resources for Businesses/Employers

Flu Prevention Partners

Flu Prevention Resource Center

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