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It's flu season again. This year, the Department of Veterans Affairs has made getting your flu shot easy. Enrolled Veteran patients can enjoy more options, easier access and seamless records, as the VA has partnered with retail pharmacies to offer Veterans their annual flu shot. These partnerships offer flexibility in time and location.
There are no VA forms to be filled out. Just remember to carry your VA ID with you. After your visit, your VA Health Care Record will automatically be updated in My HealtheVet, so you do not have to worry about any paperwork.