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vaccination against the flu
Edelstein: By end of 2020, 4.2 million Israelis could receive flu vaccine

Health experts to begin discussing protocol for administering flu vaccine.

Two more cases of bird flu in Israel, ministry points to migrating birds

The first case was diagnosed at the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem in a swan, while the second case was discovered in chickens in a coop in Kibbutz Revadim.

An Israeli medical worker holds vials containing a vaccine for H1N1 flu virus in Tel Aviv, 2009
Flu vaccines expected to arrive in Israel late this year

"The best policy would be to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”

Facebook, Twitter oppose misleading Trump comparison of COVID-19 to flu

"We remove incorrect information about the severity of COVID-19."

By REUTERS
07/10/2020
1 in 3 Americans won't vaccinate their children against the flu

What is even more worrying is that two-thirds of parents don’t thing that getting their kids vaccinated against the flu is more pressing this year.

Hebrew U. research finds flu outbreak pattern during the winter

What they found was that weather prediction models were more effective in predicting flu outbreaks than singular variables such as temperature or rain.

By OMRI RON
20/09/2020
Flu vaccine with 24% more efficacy coming to Israel this winter

Between 70% and 80% of seasonal flu-related deaths have occurred in people 65 years and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions.

Shaare Zedek ICU to be upgraded prior to influx of flu and coronavirus

"Our health system is working to be best prepared for the winter, with the goal of being ready to confront the coronavirus and the seasonal flu at the same time."

25/08/2020
Ichilov Medical team at the coronavirus unit, in the Ichilov hospital, Tel Aviv, Israel, July 28, 20
Cause for optimism? COVID-19 could curb spread of seasonal flu

“We really cannot tell how this will play out: The best policy would be to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”

A medical worker holds vials containing the flu vaccine in Tel Aviv.
Health Min. fears flu vaccine shortage will make COVID-19 treatment harder

The Health Ministry fears a lack of enough flu vaccines which may be a challenge when trying to differentiate between coronavirus and influenza patients.

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