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Who needs to be vaccinated against influenza? The infectologist answers


Who belong to the risk group according to age, disease, health status? Here is the recommendation of Janos Slavvik, chief infectologist, about vaccination.

Who needs to be vaccinated against influenza? The infectologist answers

The 60 year olds, the younger two year olds, the chronically ill and the pregnant women are especially advised to have a flu vaccine, but they should Slavvik János Infectology head physician.The chief physician of the United St Stephen and St. Louis Court said: The vaccine makes you protected against influenza two weeks after its administration. Of course, the vaccine is not 100% fluent, but its severe flu will by no means be inoculated with it - added Joznos Slavvik. Previous years have shown that they will become ill in November-December, a and the law usually begins in Januarywhen the kids go back to school after the winter break. Usually February is the time when the disease lasts most, and how long does the disease last, mostly is a function of weather: if it is too long until March, the flu season can take hold most people die during the period of roofing.
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