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COVID Vaccine n Flu Shot
Person fully vaccinated with COVID vaccine. should take yearly Flu Shot or no need at all. is there any overlap
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There is no overlap, covid vaccination is different from flu shot, yearly flu shot can be continued apart from covid vaccination
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COVID Vaccine is meant for COVID Virus, and flu vaccine directed against influenza virus. Hence both need to be taken for their respective benefits.
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consult Pulmonologist for detail discussion regarding guidelines
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Can take regularly
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Yes he can take regularly
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Can take as per the schedule. Covid and flu are different.
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Hi. I understand your concern. Should take yearly flu shot as advised with a gap of 4 week between two vaccine
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