Influenza (the flu) is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. An annual flu vaccine is the best way to reduce one’s chances of catching the seasonal flu and spreading it to others. Anyone six months of age and older should get a flu shot, but it’s even more important for some people to get vaccinated. These people include those who are at high risk of developing complications like pneumonia if they catch the flu. These high-risk individuals include the following: • Those with medical conditions like asthma, diabetes and chronic lung disease or those who live with or care for individuals with these medical conditions • Pregnant women • People 65 years and older Quadrivalent* Flu Vaccine Prices Children six months to 18 (eligibility requirements apply)-Free Adults-19 and older-$25 Adults 65 and older with Medicare Part B-Free Senior High-Dose Flu Vaccine Price Adults 65 and older with Medicare Part B-Free Adults 65 and older without Medicare Part B-$40 A Medicare Part B card must be presented at the time of vaccination. Those with a Medicare Advantage plan are not eligible for a free vaccination. Proof of residency is required.