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Flu Shot a Mismatch for Main Strain, Season Far From Over: CDC

13:42 EST 15 Jan 2020 | Medscape

Influenza season is still in full swing and children are especially hard hit, in part as a result of a vaccine that is poorly matched to the currently predominant strain.
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