Pneumonia caused by bacteria such as Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus can be life-threatening!
Protect yourself from cyclically mutating influenza!
Symptoms include high fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, headache, and arthralgia, which can cause complications such as pneumonia and encephalitis.
During the 1920s epidemic, 50 million people died worldwide.
It is difficult to maintain immunity because it mutates periodically, so it is necessary to be vaccinated every year.
Seasonal influenza vaccine is given every year. If you are younger than 13 years old and get the first dose of the season, it is common to get the second dose about two weeks apart.
Recently, some medical institutions recommend one dose even for those under the age of 13 in order to get as many people as possible vaccinated as soon as possible, even in years when it is difficult to obtain stock.
Influenza vaccines are less effective in people who have never had the flu, so two doses are given to children who may not have had the flu.
Vaccination will be carried out from around October, but the effect will wear off in about half a year. If you want to be vaccinated again by spring for exams, etc., please consult your doctor.
The type that is prevalent every year changes, so I ended up getting the flu even after getting vaccinated! I can't sing because it doesn't work! Some people say, but if you get vaccinated, you can prevent aggravation. In severe cases, it can lead to pneumonia, encephalitis, and even death.