ious. We are all prone, from children in day care or in the care of others, school-age children and even young people at the College should be vaccinated against Influenza, other groups at risk are people over 50, pregnant women , the elderly, people with chronic diseases, etc.
We have tried the two vaccines, the Flu Mist which is a nasal spray and the Injectable Vaccine, both types are to fight the flu or flu, but you must apply it every year. We should remember that flu can bring serious complications such as pneumonia and bronchitis and can also lead to death, protecting your loved ones and protecting yourself.
- How do children benefit from getting a flu shot?
- How old does my child need to be before he or she can be vaccinated?
- Is it true that you can get the flu through this vaccine?
- My relatives are in good health. We never got sick. Why should we get vaccinated against the flu?
- Where can I go for the flu shot?
- The flu vaccine protects against this disease and the health problems generated by it, such as dehydration (loss of bodily fluids), worsening asthma and diabetes, or even pneumonia.
- Children should be vaccinated against influenza each year as soon as the vaccine is available. It is very important that children with chronic diseases such as asthma or diabetes get vaccinated against influenza, but even healthy children can be seriously affected by influenza.
- Flu seasons are unpredictable and their severity can vary widely from year to year. Annual vaccination should begin in September, or as soon as the vaccine is available, and should continue throughout the season that may last until May. Influenza season can begin as early as October. The period of peak flu activity usually occurs during the months of January, February, or even after.
- Antibodies that provide protection against influenza develop approximately two weeks after receiving the vaccine.
- Complications of influenza can include bacterial pneumonia, nasal and ear infections, and dehydration, as well as worsening chronic medical conditions such as heart failure, asthma or diabetes.
- Vaccines not only protect your children, but also the small members of our community, who can be infected with this deadly disease.
- Vaccines are one of the safest and most effective ways to prevent disease. They could help reduce missed class time due to illness, while saving money on hospitalizations or treatments.