Concerns over ‘twindemic’ in S.Korea

Seoul, Sep 15 (IANS) South Korean wellbeing specialists stay worried over a potential “twindemic” – – a synchronous flare-up of Covid-19 and the occasional flu – – which could come as soon as this fall in the midst of a surprising spike in the quantity of influenza patients since July.

On Thursday, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) declared that it will start directing occasional influenza shots to high-gamble with gatherings – – youngsters matured a half year through 13 years of age, pregnant moms and seniors more than 65 – – beginning on September 21 at nearly 20,000 emergency clinics and clinical offices cross country, reports Yonhap News Agency.

Youngsters, who have never gotten an influenza immunization, should get two portions for security, wellbeing specialists added.

As far as the pandemic, the nation revealed 71,471 new Covid diseases as of now, including 352 cases from abroad, bringing the all out caseload to 24,264,470, as per the most recent KDCA figures.

With an expansion of 72 new fatalities likewise in a similar period, the loss of life expanded to 27,665.

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