VACCINATION AND HEALTH SCREEN: 24 MONTHS OLD

Flu shots are recommended for kids 6 months or older, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics

Babies and toddlers getting the flu shot for the first time need two doses with four weeks in between.

If your child has an egg allergy, it’s still safe for them to receive the vaccine.

18 thoughts on “VACCINATION AND HEALTH SCREEN: 24 MONTHS OLD

  1. Very useful information. Thank you ma.

    Please is it too late for a child of 3 years to take this Flu shot?

  2. Good Evening Ma’am 🙏

    Thank you for sharing with us this wonderful information.

    But I have two questions.

    1) Ma, aside from preventing influenza, does Flu shot prevent Pneumonia?

    2) Secondly, what are the side effects of Flu shot

  3. Good day & thanks for notifying us on this issues, is the flu, a heredity illnesses. Because when an adult is older & had flu sickness, you will notice one of the child inheriting it why is it so. Is it possible to have had Vaccines & still transfer to your children???? Thanks.

  4. Thanks for the information, i have a question to ask.
    1. Why vaccinate for the flu
    2. Will the flu vaccine help fight the coronavirus?
    3. Is it safe to have a coronavirus vaccine if you already had a flu vaccine?
    4. Who should receive the flu vaccine? And who should not receive the flu vaccine. Because your response only goes to the kids
    5. What are flu vaccine risks and side effects?

  5. Thanks for the information, i have a question to ask.
    1. Why vaccinate for the flu
    2. Will the flu vaccine help fight the coronavirus?
    3. Is it safe to have a coronavirus vaccine if you already had a flu vaccine?
    4. Who should receive the flu vaccine? And who should not receive the flu vaccine. Because your response only goes to the kids
    5. What are flu vaccine risks and side effects?

  6. Good day precious Angel of life💕 Is there any Scientific evidence to prove the efficacy of fresh onions and garlic in the treatment of common cold?

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