According to the Council of Experts, vaccination against influenza should remain the basis, due to the fact that it is the only recognized method of preventing the disease.
– This is extremely important. Although the epidemic has already begun, vaccination even in the midst of it is beneficial. It is also important because we expect a second flu wave in the spring - says prof. Ewa Barcz, vice-dean for clinical and development at the Collegium Medicum of the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw.
Vaccinations should cover all adults and children from the age of six. Vaccination of pregnant women is very important as they are particularly vulnerable to complications.
- These complications are associated with the risk of miscarriage or abnorma...