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Friday, January 27, 2023

I just had the flu, do I need to get vaccinated?

According to Latest Epidemiological Bulletin of Aragon, published on December 1, for the week of November 21 to November 27, there were 116.6 cases of flu reported for every 100,000 residents in the community of Valentine. A respiratory condition that led to 246 emergencies being registered at public hospitals, of which 31 were admissions.

a “unusual flu patterns”, according to Healthwhich “besides starting much earlier than usual, with very rapid rise and fall, does not respond to the behavior of classical waves, but rather remains flat for a long time, which impact on health system,

Appointments are now open so that the entire population can be vaccinated against this respiratory condition, health they remember the “importance of vaccination to prevent the spread of the virus”.Till here“-recommends Inma Cuesta, secretary of the National Association of Nursing and Vaccines,”If the disease has recently passed”,

“Being infected confers immunity, yes, but not 100%. That is, From the point of view of scientific evidence, in theory, you can get the virus again, That is why it is important to assess vaccination, even in these cases,” emphasizes Inma Cuesta.

When to get the flu shot after infection

“There is no record of adverse reaction after puncture, despite the fact that there has been a recent infection. Therefore. When the person is in good health, they can be vaccinated“, says Inma Cuesta.

“We are in a difficult situation, with a high incidence of infectious casesThat’s why it’s so important to follow the public health strategy and get vaccinated, especially those at risk, because as we already know Vaccination prevents serious complications“, experts say.

“If we look at what’s happened in Australia, which is ahead of its peak flu season, the most surprising thing is Increase in cases of infection in young and healthy people, Something that we must take into account very much”, says Inma Cuesta.

How to differentiate flu from common cold with fever

Both conditions share some symptoms, but there are some clues that help tell the difference between them. ,Many people believe they have the flu after becoming ill with severe chills and a high fever., The best way to know if it’s one disease or the other is to take an antigen test,” says Cuesta.

  • loss symptoms of flu involves fever, cough, tiredness, nasal congestion, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache. Symptoms appear 1 to 4 days after coming in contact with a sick person. Infection can lead to pneumonia,
  • loss common cold symptoms These may include fever, tiredness, nasal congestion, sore throat, sneezing. Colds are upper respiratory tract infections that can be caused by a number of viruses. The most common are rhinovirus, adenovirus and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
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