Reduce COVID-19 Hospital Burdens, Get a 2020 Flu Shot

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Why should you get a flu shot in 2020?

Health officials are wary of a second wave of COVID-19 hitting during the 2020-2021 flu season.

If this is true, there is a strong possibility that hospitals and their resources will be placed under tremendous strain.

How can we help reduce hospital burden?

If more Americans choose to receive a flu shot, this could ease the strain on hospitals across the country.

The COVID-19 stay-at-home orders have led to decreased use of routine preventive medical services, including vaccinations.

Last year’s flu season brought in an estimated 740,000 hospitalizations and up to 62,000 deaths. With the added medical attention necessary from COVID-19 cases, you can see how this will hinder the normal operation of your local hospitals.

What does the CDC say?

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that less than half of Americans, approximately 45%, get the flu vaccine each year.

This may be different in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic will most likely drive more people to getting a flu shot.

According to the CDC Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases Jay Butler, “Getting a flu vaccine will be more important than ever as flu and COVID-19 could be circulating together as we move into the fall and winter months.”


Interested in a flu shot?

We are able to schedule individual or group flu shots with our Mobile Clinic for you or your company's employees.

Who should get the flu vaccine and when?

The CDC recommends that anyone 6 months and older get a yearly flu vaccine and recommends getting the flu vaccine as early as September and October.

Staying ahead of the virus and getting your flu shot as soon as possible will help reduce the potential strain on hospital resources if people are getting sick. However, if flu viruses are circulating, vaccination should continue, even in January or later.

Where can you get the flu shot?

There are a lot of options out there to get your flu shot, but if you are local to Lititz, Pennsylvania area, CNS can assist with your 2020-2021 flu shot.

We offer flu shots to individuals or companies with a large set of employees interested on obtaining the flu vaccine.


Occupational Medicine Services

Our Occupation Medicine Team is knowledgeable and focused on best-in-class customer service when it comes to treating workers and employers, creating long-term health and wellness.

The goal of our medical staff is to keep workers safe and healthy on the job, allowing you to continue the production that keeps your business running.

In addition to flu shots ,we offer a number of other health related services, including COVID-19 related services, such as pre-shift screenings, pre-employment screenings and antibody testing.

For more information, contact us at 888.260.9448 or info@cnsprotects.com.