George Town, Grand Cayman
I just got my annual flu shot. And I hope you will get yours, too. When my mom was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2017, I knew I would do everything I could to keep her as safe and healthy as possible during what time she had left. And that is when I got my first flu shot. Because I couldn’t bear the thought of bringing the flu to her while she was immunocompromised. I have gotten the flu shot every year since then, and will continue to do it every year of my life. It may not be as effective as other vaccines, but reducing chances for getting & spreading a potentially deadly illness - even by 10% in the worst years of efficacy - is still better than nothing. I do it for me. I do it for others.