Did you get your flu shot? If not, it is not too late. You and your family can get the flu shot at no cost at a military hospital or clinic, a participating network pharmacy, or from a Tricare-authorized provider. The flu vaccine, when given by a pharmacist at a network pharmacy, is covered by the pharmacy benefit for free. You can still go to your primary care manager or Tricare provider for the flu shot if the pharmacy has restrictions or the shot is not available. The flu shot will be free, but you may have to pay copayments or cost-shares for the office visit. When in doubt, be sure to follow your plan's rules for getting care. For more on free flu shots, read this Military.com story.
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