Can you have the coronavirus and the flu at the same time?

Cold and flu season precautions:

  1. Get a flu shot. Even if you usually skip a flu shot, this is the year to make sure you get one. It is safe for you to go to the doctor for a flu shot. For the 2020–2021 flu season, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, recommends that you get your flu shot in September or October. Ask your doctor if you should get a pneumonia shot, too.
  2. Don’t forget the kids. It’s important to ensure your children (over 6 months old) get flu shots — and any other vaccines they need. Learn more about keeping up with routine vaccinations for babies and kids during the coronavirus pandemic.
  3. Care for yourself and your family with good nutrition, plenty of rest, proper hydration, regular exercise and stress management. And always stay home if you don’t feel well.
  4. Continue protecting yourself from the coronavirus. Even if you are tired of following coronavirus precautions such as washing your hands frequently, cleaning and sanitizing, wearing a face mask and physically distancing, it’s especially important now to keep up the good work — and encourage your family to do the same.


Filed under coronavirus, coronavirus risk, flu season, flu shot

2 responses to “Can you have the coronavirus and the flu at the same time?

  1. A short and to he point answer to your question. Unfortunately for some the proof will be in the experience. Stay safe.


  2. I literally just saw an item about this on the news… Stay safe, Tony.


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