Hospital visits are expected to increase in the coming years.
So is the number of flu shots given.
But the CDC recommends that people get their flu shots every other year or when they get a flu shot in a hospital.
The recommendation is for most people, but it can be tricky to get a hospital flu shot at home.
Some people need to wait a day or two after a hospitalization before getting the shot.
In an email, the CDC wrote that some people may not be able to get shots at home, including people who live in a rural area and those who have a family member who has been sick.
Those people can also have to wait until after their flu shot is given, to get one.
The agency advises people who do not have a vaccine to have one in their home.
Some health-care providers in some rural areas may not have an ambulance that can transport them to a hospital, and they might not be available to drive them there.
Even if they have a safe hospital, people who are unwell may not want to go to a doctor or hospital for a flu jab, said Dr. Joseph Turek, a professor of medicine at Yale School of Medicine who has studied influenza.
He said he doesn’t know if there are people in these areas who should get vaccinated.
Turek said it’s unclear whether getting a flu vaccine is necessary to get some benefits of a flu booster.
If you get the shot in time, it may work, but if you don’t get the vaccine, it’s probably not worth it, he said.
“I would advise against the flu shot,” Tureks said.
“I’d advise against it because you might miss out on some very important benefits of the vaccine.”
“I don’t know how much I could afford” to buy People who want to get vaccinated should be able afford it, but some will need to spend hundreds of dollars, or more, to do so, according to the CDC.
People who can’t afford it should seek help from their insurance company, the agency wrote.
If you can’t get a vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you get a second dose of the flu jab in two weeks or less after you were first vaccinated, and you get another dose when you are about to have a flu-like illness.
That means getting a shot every two weeks for about two weeks.
The second dose should not have any side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, fever, or a sore throat, according the CDC’s recommendation.
This is a developing story.