High-risk individuals favor doctor’s offices for vaccines

Flu vaccine behaviors could inform future COVID-19 vaccine distribution

The ongoing wave of new COVID-19 infections and recent booster recommendations have made the need for efficient distribution of COVID-19 vaccines even more urgent, particularly for high-risk individuals with chronic medical conditions.

Putting more vaccines in the hands of primary care physicians might help, according to new research from the University of Georgia. The researchers analyzed data on flu vaccine uptake among high-risk individuals, which could help inform where these individuals may want to receive COVID-19 vaccines.

Read more about how a flu study can help with COVID-19 vaccinations.

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This article was written by the BoomAthens Staff.

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