The UAE announces the necessity of receiving the vaccine for some residents and citizens

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The United Arab Emirates has made the announcement that some residents and nationals are required to receive the vaccine.

Many citizens of the United Arab Emirates are susceptible to infections such as influenza as a result of the unpredictable and fluctuating weather conditions.

Common types of influenza

The two varieties of influenza that are most likely to spread at this time of year, which is the winter, are influenza A and influenza B. On the other hand, influenza C is the organism that is responsible for the infection of humans throughout the entire year.

Because of the high likelihood of catching the influenza virus, the Dubai Health Authority has strongly urged that specific populations get vaccinated against the sickness. These include the following:

Those who provide medical care

  • Infants and toddlers aged six months to five years.
  • A group of elderly persons that are at least 65 years old.
  • During each and every stage of pregnancy, pregnant women
  • The Pilgrims.
  • Chronic medical illnesses, including diabetes, heart disease, lung diseases like asthma, chronic liver disease, and chronic kidney disease, are individuals who have been diagnosed with these conditions.

When to give the influenza vaccination

A vaccination against influenza should be administered annually to all individuals who are at least six months old, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Furthermore, despite the fact that it might not offer complete protection, it considerably lessens the severity of the disease in the event that a person becomes infected with it.

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