For pharmacists, cold weather means more people coming through their doors looking for relief from stuffy noses and sore throats or to ward off... Flu season looms as wild card amid Covid surge

For pharmacists, cold weather means more people coming through their doors looking for relief from stuffy noses and sore throats or to ward off infection with a flu vaccine. October marks the start of the annual flu season, which typically worsens as the mercury drops before ending around May. And with Georgia hospitals still packed with COVID-19 patients, a bad flu season could mean even more strain on already stressed health workers.

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Georgia Recorder 


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