Protecting yourself against seasonal flu

Like every year, seasonal flu is back. Many citizens are likely to contract it before March. During the pandemic, the disease was less widespread, so natural immunity against it is therefore lower. Influenza can cause complications such as pneumonia, especially in the elderly and those with chronic illnesses. To protect themselves, everyone, including children, can be vaccinated against the flu. This should be done by a general practitioner. People who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 can also be safely vaccinated against influenza. It is also possible to receive both vaccines at the same time.

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