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Covid-19 Has Nearly Wiped Out the Flu—How Do We Keep It From Coming Back?

Por: The Wall Street Journal World January 21, 2021

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Influenza, usually raging throughout the Northern Hemisphere this time of year, has become virtually invisible. It is a small bright spot amid Covid-19, although the number of people saved from a flu death pales next to the number dying from the new pandemic. It also presents questions that doctors around the globe will likely be wrestling with for years: If flu can be nearly wiped out this season, why not every season? Which steps help the most... + full article



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