As flu season arrives, public health officials are going on the offensive advocating for improved vaccination rates, especially among healthcare workers.

“Last season illustrated what every public health official knows—influenza can be serious in people of all ages, even in the healthiest children and adults,” U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said before rolling up his sleeve to get a flu shot late last month. “It is critical that we focus national attention on the importance of influenza vaccination to protect as many people as possible every season.” Download the PDF.