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The correct sequence of vaccinations against influenza and COVID was named by the doctor

The correct sequence of vaccinations against influenza and COVID was named by the doctor
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The doctor explained in what sequence it is better to get vaccinated against seasonal flu and coronavirus. This fall, the rise in viral infections has coincided with a rise in COVID-19 cases.

As the radio Sputnik with reference to the professor of the Research Institute of Vaccines and Serums named after V.I. Mechnikov Mikhail Kostinov, if a person has not previously been vaccinated against either coronavirus or influenza, then it is better to first get vaccinated against coronavirus infection - then after a month you can get vaccinated against influenza.

If a person has already been ill with COVID-19 or has been vaccinated against it, but six months have already passed, then first you need to be immunized against the flu. Only then, after a month, you can be vaccinated against the coronavirus again.

There are no recommendations for simultaneous vaccination yet - trials are underway.

In September, IAA EastRussia reported that the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation was preparing to announce the possibility of holding simultaneous vaccination from flu and coronavirus. The head of the Ministry of Health, Mikhail Murashko, announced the emergence of new safety data.

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