Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Get your seasonal flu shot and help a child at Walgreens #GetAShot

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My fiance Gabe and I get our seasonal flu shot every year. Getting our immunizations is very important for both of our careers. I travel a lot and he works with children. I have gotten the flu shot every year since 2009 and this year was even more important to do so since we are getting married next week! We leave right after the wedding for a 2 week long European honeymoon and I do not want to get sick. In honor of our upcoming wedding, here are a few of my favorite engagement photos!
Engagement Shoot at Oak Alley Plantation, LA
Engagement Shoot, Busch Gardens Howl-o-Scream
When I heard about Walgreens Get a Shot. Give a Shot.® program, I knew this was something that needed to be shared. Walgreens partnered up with the United Nation Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign. You can provide a life-saving vaccine to a child in a developing country if you get your flu shot or other immunization at Walgreens from September 2nd through October 13th.
It's hard to imagine that while immunizations is one of the world's biggest public health success stories but  in 5 children around the globe lack access to the lifesaving immunizations. The coordinated worldwide efforts have made significant progress, particularly in reducing cases of measles and polio. Click here to make your pledge today!
So please go to Walgreens before October 13th for your flu shot. If you do not have health insurance or are unable to afford one, Walgreens donated $10 million worth of free flu shot vouchers through the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help drive immunization rates among underserved populations throughout the country.

1 comment:

  1. That's so smart to get your flu shot before traveling overseas - I never would have thought to do that. And I love how easy Walgreens makes it to get your flu shot there and give those children a potentially lifesaving vaccine! #client

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