The Flu Awareness Week is marked across the WHO European Region every year in October. It aims to raise awareness of the importance of vaccination for people’s health and well-being and to increase the uptake of seasonal influenza vaccination of people with underlying risk factors.

The Flu Awareness Week is a communication campaign marked across the WHO European Region every year in October. The campaign is organised by the WHO/Europe and aims to increase the uptake of seasonal influenza vaccination of people in risk groups. Every April the European Immunization Week is extended, to raise awareness of the importance of vaccination for people’s health and well-being.

ECDC supports the Flu Awareness Week by providing scientific evidence on vaccination.

Why a specific campaign on influenza?

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