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RSV Vaccines have recently been approved for individuals 60 and over, and it is recommended by the CDC that you have a conversation with your healthcare professional (physician or pharmacist) to determine your risk of disease and benefit from the vaccine.  Individuals with heart or lung conditions or living in shared housing such as assisted living facilities are at highest risk for hospitalization and complications from RSV. RSV Vaccination is also recommended for women who are pregnant during RSV season between weeks 32 and 36.

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