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Influenza vaccines can be co-administered with COVID-19 vaccines for both children and adults, according to updated recommendations from the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
In a unanimous 14-0 vote on Thursday, the committee approved language for co-administration of influenza and COVID-19 vaccines, in line with current CDC guidance that says COVID-19 vaccines can be administered with other vaccines, though providers should be aware of increased reactogenicity.
"Most adolescents will be vaccinated [against] COVID-19 in the summer and have their flu vaccination in the fall" this year, but this could become an issue with COVID-19 boosters administered at the same time as influenza vaccine next year, he said.
originally posted by: Mouthtool
Hey long time lurker first time poster/ responder any connection between starlink covering the globe in the next month and a rush to vaccinate the population. If microchips are in the injections?
originally posted by: AgentWallace
populations declining all over the world, and you still say that? not too bright, huh?
If so, it's the worst one ever.
originally posted by: myselfaswell
What? were you expecting people, hundreds of millions or billions even, to just start dropping dead everywhere. Yeah, I suppose if you've been brainwashed by too much TV then I suppose that's the sort of crap people come up with.