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Flu vaccine reduces covid-19 symptom severity, study suggests

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Flu vaccine reduces covid-19 symptom severity, study suggests

A study presented at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) suggests that people vaccinated against the influenza virus, which causes influenza, may be partially protected the serious effects of the new coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2) and are at less risk needing emergency medical help. The study, carried out by researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, in the United States, analyzed data about 75,000 patients with covid-19 and revealed that those vaccinated had fewer cases of stroke, deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and sepsis, in addition to fewer admissions and admissions to ICUs. Related Flu vaccinations.

Before running off to get vaccinated, be very calm at this time: the flu vaccine has not reduced the number of deaths and continues to have no effect against the new coronavirus. However, some previous research had already suggested that receiving a dose of the immunizing agent could indeed be beneficial, as it activates the body's innate immune response — a kind of defense army that fights invaders in general, without any specific pathogen in sight.

How was the study done?

The researchers compared medical reports of nearly 75,000 covid-19 patients countries such as the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Israel, and Singapore;

They were divided into two equal groups: those immunized against the flu (between two weeks and six months before being diagnosed) and those who did not receive the vaccine;

The two groups were assembled to present individuals with similar age, gender, ethnicity and health problems (such as diabetes and lung problems), as well as lifestyle habits that could or might not put their health at risk (such as diet and whether they are or not smokers);

They then compared the incidence of 15 problems caused by covid-- such as sepsis, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, heart attack, hospitalization, ICU referral, and death-- 120 days after testing positive.

The analysis showed that individuals who did not receive the flu vaccine had a 20% higher risk of going to the ICU;

They also had 58% more risk of needing emergency medical help, 45% more risk of developing sepsis, 58% more risk of having a stroke, and 40% more risk of having a DVT; However, the risk of death was not reduced by the vaccine.

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