We all know that flu is a mysterious thing, especially if there are many people who believe in nonsense and myths. Some people do not want to get the vaccine because they believe it will not work. Some feel they do not need it because they are too healthy. Some believe it will make them sicker – more than they already are. These are all myths.
Flu, or flu, consists of very complex viruses. Some of them cause mild cold disease. Other people talk about global pandemics and many other respiratory viruses, and this is not the classic flu that we are talking about.
Flu viruses change without any warning, so it's not always the same. It's not the same as you fight, you are constantly struggling with different types of viruses.
It really depends on how scientists see this issue. In the months in which experts decide which flu to be included, these viruses may mutate and new strains appear, which means that the vaccine is less effective than originally planned. This is the case last year – initially, it was a total of 40% overall, but in the end this percentage dropped to 25%. This has led to many deaths and hospitalization among children.
What are the studies?
Some experts say these figures can be confusing and sometimes even kidnap vaccines. In the good years, people who get the flu shot are 60% less likely to go to the flu doctor.
Many other studies have shown that children are half as likely to die if they are vaccinated, adults are five times more likely to die if they are not vaccinated, and pregnant women are less likely to be hospitalized if one is vaccinated , they also protect their babies).
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