It’s a question that seems so obvious, but some people have questions about vaccination.
Like how to get the flu shot safely, how long to take, and how much money to expect.
And, if you do get the shot, how will it compare to others?
These are some of the questions that came up when we polled the top 5 flu vaccines on the market for the first time.
Here are five of the best flu shots we found.1.
AZT AZT (also known as AZT2) is a licensed generic version of the vaccine that can be bought over the counter, which is great if you live in a small town or state.
It’s one of the cheapest options, costing around $40.
Its been around for years, but it’s only recently seen some positive reviews.
It was approved for use in the US as a vaccine in 2007 and has been used by nearly 40 million people since then.
It also is currently used in the European Union, where it’s sold as a non-prescription vaccine.
The vaccine is designed to protect against two types of H5N1 avian influenza virus, or H5-N1V.
It can be used to prevent infection with H1N1 and H3N2 viruses, but only for two years.
Its approved for adults and children.
The US Department of Health and Human Services said in a blog post in October that its effectiveness against the virus has been “robust.”2.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) The generic version is made by GlaxosmithKline and is designed for use by doctors.
It costs $65 for the shot and $120 for a two-dose.
The company says its effectiveness in preventing H5 pandemic H1, H2 and H4N1 virus is “robotic,” but its efficacy against H5V4 is less than that of the older vaccine.
Its recommended for people between the ages of 65 and 74.3.
Sanofi Pasteur (SNS) Sanofi, maker of the influenza vaccine, said in its blog post last week that its vaccine is better at preventing H1-H3 than the older version, the Glaxocryptosine-Amp-based version.
It is designed in collaboration with Merck, and the two are now sold together.
But, Sanofi says its efficacy in preventing pandemic-type H1 and pandemic type H3 viruses is less impressive than the old one.
It has not yet made its H1 vaccine, which has been around since 2005, available to the general public.4.
Teva (TEVA) The Teva flu vaccine is manufactured by Teva, a Chinese company that makes generic versions of vaccines.
It retails for $150 and costs $100 for a shot, which will give you at least six months of protection.
Its effectiveness against H1 is less effective than the more expensive version.5.
Glavion (GSL) Glavivac is another brand that retails under the Teva name.
Its flu vaccine costs around $50 for a single dose and is sold over the phone for $40, but there are some questions about the efficacy of its newer version.
In a blogpost last month, it said it is currently undergoing testing.
The most recent results from the company indicate that the effectiveness against influenza H5 is still weak.
In the meantime, it’s still available for purchase over the Internet.