Doctor: Flu season could cause confusion during coronavirus outbreak
Flu season is fast approaching and it could cause some confusion with COVID-19.
I think it's more important this year to get the flu shot than it has. Dr. Steven Bailey is the chairman for the Department of Medicine at L s U Health. He says there is no evidence linking the flu shot with Cove in 19. Remember that it's out there and people could be at risk for that much longer than what we consider they. Standard flu season. The yearly flu season begins at the end of the month, but most cases occurred during November. We have some people late last year that we're still getting. There'll influence the shots. We don't see any evidence that they either were more likely to get cove it or were more likely to have satirical video. They got it. Dr. Bailey wants people to know the flu in Cove in 19 affect the same area of the body, the lungs that if you have a chronic disease, you should focus on getting that under control. Higher risk you are were being ill from influenza means you're also at higher risk for being ill from Kobe. But when it comes to the symptoms, it's too hard to tell the difference. So if you experience any symptoms get checked early, But there's cold, bitter influenza. He may have a fever, and it typically is gonna be low grade. Not really hot. You're likely to have some cough or maybe some shortness of breath. You know, you've got some muscle aches and my stomach aches. You may have a little diarrhea, and those don't different, Doctor Bailey says. We have to remember to keep up with our proper hygiene and social distance thing that we can do wearing mass washing hands. Getting our flu shot to keep us from getting influenza will also keep us from being more ill if we also get another infection. Black coat.