Getting the flu vaccine an act of love

AS the end of the year approaches, many Malaysians are looking forward to the holiday season, with 2022 being the first year we can “let our hair down” without stringent Covid-19 protocols.

For some, it may be a long-awaited trip, for others a family reunion with those abroad or a much-anticipated festive gathering. However, it is also an inconvenient truth that each encounter increases our exposure to other infectious diseases like flu (influenza), which can circulate freely now that masks and social distancing requirements are no longer in effect.

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