A new study of flu vaccines begins in Rosario

A medical institute in Rosario undertook a new study of flu vaccines, simultaneously with similar investigations that began in the United States, Australia and Europe. In this framework, the search for volunteers over 18 years of age who are not pregnant or breastfeeding, who do not present immunity alterations or coagulation disorders to receive the … Read more

How effective are the flu vaccines applied in the country?

Fewer mobility restrictions, lower collective immunity due to lack of exposure to the virus, return to face-to-face classes, lower coverage of vaccination: It is expected that this year the season of gripe sea more active and longer than in 2020 and 2021. This year, the campaign was advanced and started on March 25. It includes … Read more

Influenza vaccine: they warn of a “deep outbreak” of the flu and ask to speed up immunization | Who should apply it and the risk groups

The doctor and member of the Board of Directors of the Argentine Association of Respiratory Medicine (AAMR), Laura Pulidoreviewed by AM750 the eight central points to keep in mind about the flu vaccination campaign. https://mdstrm.com/embed/62790fe06d7b28084a975201 “Flu vaccination this year in particular is important to prevent complications in the course of the disease and absenteeism from … Read more

Sesma expands target audiences for vaccinations; check what they are

Vaccination takes place in UBS’s, universities and shopping malls. (Photo: Publicity / WFP) The Prefecture of Belém, through the Municipal Health Department (Sesma), as of this Monday (9), expands the application of the fourth dose of the vaccine against covid-19 to new groups. Basic and higher education education workers and members of the Armed Forces … Read more

What is the relationship between the flu and cardiovascular diseases and how can the vaccine help?

The arrival of the coronavirus meant last year that flu infections were almost anecdotal. The masks, the safety distance, the confinements or the mobility restrictions, made it possible for only 12 cases to be registered in our country in the 2021 flu season, as indicated by the data from the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII). … Read more

450 positive cases in one week. Influenza A with decreasing trend in Portugal

In the 2021/2022 season, the laboratories of the Portuguese Network of Laboratories for the Diagnosis of Influenza (Hospitals) reported 100,116 cases of respiratory infection and 6,266 cases of flu were identified. The epidemic activity of influenza is on a downward trend in Portugal, according to the Instituto Nacional Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA), which points to … Read more

Influenza incidence rose, but epidemic activity on a downward trend

The incidence of flu syndrome in Portugal has risen to 8.8 per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to 5.2 last week. The epidemic activity of the flu is on a downward trend in Portugal, according to the Instituto Nacional Doutor Ricardo Jorge (INSA), but even so, the incidence of flu syndrome has risen to 8.8 per 100,000 … Read more

The head of the Andalusian Covid vaccine plan says that “vulnerable people will have to be vaccinated for years”

Related news The director of the Vaccination Plan in Andalusia, David Morenois responsible for ensuring the proper functioning of the process to immunize against the Covid-19 eight and a half million Spaniards residing in the community. The vast majority already are, more than 95% over 12 years of age have the complete guideline, but this … Read more

Bertioga starts flu vaccination for people over 60 years old this Thursday (31)

From this Thursday (31) the flu vaccine will be available in all Basic Health Units (UBSs) and Family Health Strategies (ESFs) for people over 60 years of age in Bertioga, coast of São Paulo (SP). The action takes place from 9 am to 4 pm. According to the city hall, to receive the immunizing agent … Read more

The effectiveness of the flu vaccine plummets to 16% after two years without the virus

A pandemic that leaves, another that comes. March has been the month in which we said goodbye to the ‘acute phase’ of Covid – although the experts are not happy about it – and we have frowned at an old acquaintance that had been absent for a long time: the flu. We also receive her … Read more