Do we really need to get a flu shot?

  • Wellness
  • Wednesday, 12 Aug 2020

Younger children are not only vulnerable to developing complications from the flu, but can also act as super spreaders of the virus to those around them.

Don't dismiss influenza, or what is referred to as the flu, as something everyone gets once in a while and will recover from fairly easily.

While the world is still gripped with fear over the current Covid-19 pandemic, serious complications could also arise from the flu and affect both children and adults.

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