Dr. Jadet Thammathatchaaree, secretary-general of the National Health Security Office (NHSO) revealed that preventing influenza is still something that we all need to be aware of. especially people in 7 groups at risk of severe disease If getting influenza virus during COVID-19 influenza vaccination considered essential Because both diseases have similar symptoms. can affect the examination and treatment both COVID-19 patients If infected with influenza increases the likelihood of complications. resulting in higher mortality rates as well
while those who have been vaccinated against influenza If infected with COVID-19 This will reduce the length of treatment and hospitalization, so people in the 7 risk groups must not forget to vaccinate against influenza. Because if you get infected, whether it’s the Covid-19 virus or influenza virus The influenza vaccine can reduce the severity of complications by getting each type of vaccine. People at risk groups can receive any type of vaccination service first. By keeping at least two weeks apart from the flu vaccine and the COVID-19 vaccine, in 2021 6.4 million doses of the flu vaccine were provided for people at risk.