The End Of Restrictions Brings Back Respiratory Diseases Prior To The Pandemic

The end of the restrictions brings back respiratory diseases prior to the pandemic.

The end of the restrictions bounces us directly back to our life before the pandemic. The numerous meetings, the scarce use of a mask and especially the lack of hygiene can return pathologies that we had left aside .

The vaccination against influenza and respiratory viruses take up the leading role among the most vulnerable. A flu that must be respected, according to specialists.

This year, pathologies have begun to overtake among the little ones . The number of young minors who are being affected by respiratory infections has grown notably.

The restrictions are coming to an end, making it easier to transmit other respiratory viruses that are more familiar to us and are not the coronavirus.

Therefore, experts recommend to the population and especially to families with minors in their care not to lower their guard when facing more common diseases, because they can also be complicated.

The end of the restrictions brings back respiratory diseases prior to the pandemic.

The end of the restrictions bounces us directly back to our life before the pandemic. The numerous meetings, the scarce use of a mask and especially the lack of hygiene can return pathologies that we had left aside .

The vaccination against influenza and respiratory viruses take up the leading role among the most vulnerable. A flu that must be respected, according to specialists.

This year, pathologies have begun to overtake among the little ones . The number of young minors who are being affected by respiratory infections has grown notably.

The restrictions are coming to an end, making it easier to transmit other respiratory viruses that are more familiar to us and are not the coronavirus.

Therefore, experts recommend to the population and especially to families with minors in their care not to lower their guard when facing more common diseases, because they can also be complicated.