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Did you get the flu shot/ jab this year?

Do you say flu shot or flu jab?

Flu shot or flu jab?

Do you say shot, jab, injection or vaccination? Maybe you use another word? These words are one of many examples of local variation in English.

Shot is common in Australian and American English while jab is common in British English. Injection and vaccination are more formal versions which would be more common when written down.

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