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Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson Explains the 2018/2019 Flu Vaccine Recommendations

November 9, 2019


– The influenza vaccine or
the flu shot is an essential every year vaccine for babies,
toddlers, kids, and teens. Babies and children under
the age of nine who’ve never had a flu shot before, they
need two doses this season given at least four weeks apart. Everyone else just needs one. Flu vaccine is for everyone but especially for high risk groups
like kids under age five, people with underlying
chronic illness, the elderly, and especially pregnant moms. The flu vaccine cannot cause the flu. The 2018/19 vaccine is different
from last year’s vaccine so it offers new protection. This year the American Academy
of Pediatrics recommends only flu shots for infants and children because the nasal spray
didn’t work as well in the past seasons against one particular strain called H1N1. Getting the flu shot just makes sense. I’ll be getting it and
so will my two kids.

1 Comment

  • Reply Obsolete Video December 25, 2018 at 6:08 pm

    Depopulation agenda. Doctors are not taught vaccines in school. total lies to push this crap

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