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Flu season begins – get vaccinated now | symbolic

Especially in these weeks, she sneezes again, sniffs and coughs all over again. The waiting rooms at the doctor are full, colleagues a few days off. There are mostly more or less permanent colds that lead to it. But with the cold, the flu season begins slowly.

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And who ever caught the real viral flu knows how persistent and sometimes dangerous it is. While younger people usually "just" spend a lot of time in bed and usually need antibiotics, in the worst case it's harder to meet older, chronically ill and pregnant women. Because especially for these population groups there is a danger of more serious consequences.

Therefore, a timely flu vaccine is again recommended this year. This can be done at the family doctor's office. But as of October 15, the city government has been offering a proper service at the town hall. During the specialist vaccination consultation, every Tuesday from 2pm to 5.30pm, there is the possibility of a free flu vaccine. "The flu vaccine should be given every year, preferably in October or November. After vaccination, it takes about 10 to 14 days for the organism to build up adequate protection. Even later vaccinations at the beginning of the year are usually still useful, because the flu epidemic has usually reached peak at the turn of the year, "said Dr. Med. Beate Klösel. There are enough vaccines available, that is, from a townhouse.

This service can also be used as part of a family action next Saturday (October 12). They were vaccinated on this day between 10am and 12pm.

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