Flu Shots

Flu vaccinations are more important than ever.

Reduce the spread of respiratory illness in our community and lessen the burden on our healthcare system by scheduling your annual flu vaccine.

Protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu.
Due to COVID-19, reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses this fall and winter is more important than ever. Because vaccination has been shown to significantly reduce the risk and impact of flu-related illnesses, we’re taking extensive precautions to ensure you can safely receive your flu vaccine.


Choose one of the following methods to receive your flu vaccination:

  1. Contact your local ThedaCare provider’s office
  2. Search the Vaccine Finder to locate vaccination services near you

Do your part to help prevent the spread of the flu virus to others:

Wash your hands regularly
Wear a mask in public
Get plenty of sleep
Cough or sneeze into your elbow
Maintain social distancing
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Wear a mask in public
  • Get plenty of sleep
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow
  • Maintain social distancing


Know the facts

  • It takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies that protect against the flu to develop in the body.
  • Even if you’re experiencing cold-like symptoms, you can still get your flu shot.
  • The flu loves the cold weather, so don’t put your shot off.
  • You cannot get the flu from the flu vaccine.