COVID-19 And The Flu

Getting a flu shot has never been more critical than right now. With new COVID-19 cases every day, it is more important than ever to protect yourself, your family and your community from the flu.

This season, getting a flu vaccine has the added benefit of reducing the overall burden on the health care system and saving medical resources for care of COVID-19 patients in Oklahoma. Now is the best time to get a flu vaccine.

Find a doctor. Get protected from the flu.

Are you a new patient? Choose a physician near you and schedule online in seconds.

Find and Schedule

Already have an INTEGRIS doctor?

Log in to your INTEGRIS and Me account, select Visits and then click Schedule an Appointment.

Schedule Now



How can you tell the difference between the flu and COVID-19?

David Chansolme, M.D. talks about the differences between the flu and COVID-19.

On Your Health Blog: The Difference Between the Flu and COVID-19

We'll break down the differences between symptoms of the flu and COVID-19 as well as what other similarities and differences exist between the two viral diseases so you’re as prepared as possible heading into flu season.

FAQ: COVID-19 and Flu

Find a doctor – before you get the flu.

If you don’t have a physician to call your own, get one. Don’t wait until you’re sick to try to find a doctor. While an urgent care facility can help you when you have the flu, it’s really just a bandage. The best thing for your health is a physician who knows you and your unique health history. And we can help with that.



Will we see both the flu and COVID-19 this fall?

Will we see both the flu and COVID-19 at the same time? Dr. Chansolme provides the answer.
How can you tell the difference between the flu and COVID-19?
Can you have COVID-19 and the flu at the same time?
More Videos