WorldPregnant women are at risk of severe flu: WHO

Pregnant women are at risk of severe flu: WHO

WHO tweeted, "Pregnant women are at risk of severe flu. Influenza vaccination given during pregnancy protects both you and your baby for several months after birth. During the #COVID19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to protect yourself against #flu."

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World: As the COVID-19 pandemic is not over yet, the international health agency – WHO – World Health Organization once again asked the general public, especially pregnant women, to take considerable precautions established by the agency and their respective governments’ in order to remain safe and secure from the deadliest pandemic. 

WHO tweeted, “Pregnant women are at risk of severe flu. Influenza vaccination given during pregnancy protects both you and your baby for several months after birth. During the #COVID19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to protect yourself against #flu.”

“Do you have chronic health conditions? During the #COVID19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to protect yourself against the flu. Ask your healthcare provider whether a #flu vaccine is right for you. More information:  https://bit.ly/3iUxr60.” 

“How would you know if you have the #flu or #COVID19? Should you take both the flu vaccine and the COVID-19 vaccine if these are available to you? Watch #ScienceIn5 to find out.” 

On the other end, giving an update on the current Russia-Ukraine war, the international agency tweeted, “Although supply lines remain fragile amid the war, the flow of @WHO life-saving supplies to various oblasts of #Ukraine is relatively steady. There are still cities that are currently unreachable, which is why we continue to urgently call for safe, unimpeded humanitarian access.”  

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