Flu Vaccines May Inhibit COVID-19

Preliminary and not-yet-peer-reviewed studies suggest that flu vaccines may inhibit COVID-19 ‘s effect on the body. Dr. Maziar Divangahi, Associate Director of the RI-MUHC’s Meakins-Christie Laboratories, cautions against drawing the conclusion that flu vaccines prevent or diminish the effects of COVID-19 on the body. Much larger studies are required.

Numerous studies are taking place around the world to test the desired conclusion that flu vaccines do in fact inhibit COVID-19, but results that merely find correlations between behaviors and outcomes cannot establish cause and effect.

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A Flu Shot Might Reduce Coronavirus Infections, Early Research Suggests. American Scientific. By Melinda Wenner Moyer. Oct 28, 2020