ginger Posted September 10, 2020 Report Share Posted September 10, 2020 My concern is for people who are testing positive with coronavirus that are asymptomatic. Giving that flu shot could trigger seroconversion due to interference of immunosuppressants. note that study was done in 2017-2018...so it would be for SARS 1 but I would expect similar or worse result with SARS 2. I'm also concerned for healthcare workers and nursing home residents colonized with pneumococcal carrini...which is what I always get 2 weeks after getting a flu shot. Every nursing home should be setting up a database for this and reporting to the DOH/CDC..It's very important data gathering. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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