Dr. José Goris assures that more Dominicans and Latinos are getting vaccinated against the “Flu” in Washington Heights.

 Dr. José Goris assures that more Dominicans and Latinos are getting vaccinated against the “Flu” in Washington Heights.
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The community doctor calls all sectors to get vaccinated against “Flu”, also against the Coronavirus immediately to avoid health complications and deaths. “There is a formal recommendation from the Department of Health and the CDC, the center for disease control, that you can put the Flu vaccine and the Coronavirus vaccine together,” Goris said.
By Jose Zabala.
New York-Washington Heights: The prominent community doctor José Goris made an energetic call to all sectors of the community to go massively to get vaccinated against “Flu- and Covid 19”. Dr. Goris said that in his office they have already put about 500 doses in a period of a month protecting the community from getting sick. The Flu vaccine is recommended in the case of us for all adults from 18 years to 100 years, it has no side effects.

“The Flu vaccine must be given every year and it is not really going to distinguish it from the coronavirus disease, which is hitting and has killed so many people in this society, the symptoms are very similar and now with the Delta variant of the coronavirus, the symptoms are even more similar. The Delta variant gives you a sore throat, a runny nose, a cough, and from there it goes to the lungs and kills people. So it is important to know how to distinguish one disease from another and, more important is to be protected against both diseases, “said Goris located at 435 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY 10033.

“I think that there is a lot of misinformation and that the media have been in charge of politicizing the use of the vaccine, which a few years ago was not a problem, everyone was getting their vaccine and now people are beginning to make theories; that if the spoon sticks, that if it has a chip, but all that is based on false information, it is a very safe vaccine, and I recommend that it be given, especially to people 65 years of age or older, and patients who have diseases of the immune system, how it would be cancer, transplants, diabetics, patients with asthma, they should get their vaccine immediately “, concluded Dr Goris.  Notably, people at high risk for flu complications and serious flu complications can occur at any age. As reported by the New York State Department of Health.

“Some people are at high risk for serious complications from the flu. This includes older people, pregnant women, young children, and people with certain health conditions.”
“This year, for the first time, three of the nation’s leading nonprofit health organizations, the American Lung Association, the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association, are urging adults living with chronic diseases to prioritize vaccination. annual flu vaccine and are also calling on health professionals to advocate for and support flu vaccination in their practices. ”
“Babies younger than 6 months are at higher risk for complications from the flu than children of any other age. However, they are too young for the flu vaccine.”
Getting a flu shot has many benefits
• The flu shot can prevent you from getting the flu.
• The flu shot can help make your illness less severe if you get the flu.
• The flu vaccine can reduce the risk of being hospitalized with the flu for children and adults.
• The flu vaccine protects pregnant women during and after pregnancy from complications of the flu. It also protects your newborn children for several months after birth.
• The flu vaccine reduces the risk of a heart attack in people with heart disease.
• The flu vaccine can reduce the risk of a child dying from the flu.
• The flu vaccine can reduce the risk of adults dying from the flu.
• Flu vaccination can also help protect those around you from getting the flu, especially people at high risk for serious complications from the flu.

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