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Flu vaccination and COVID-19

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By: Chad Rittle, DNP, MPH, RN, FAAOHN, and Holly Carpenter, BSN, RN

Educate your patients about the importance of protection.   Currently, development of a COVID-19 vaccine is a work in progress with no fixed date for availability. This means it’s especially important that all Americans be vaccinated against the anticipated flu strains. Being protected against flu will help those with comorbidities seen in COVID-19 infection cases during…

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