Although flu season is well underway, the virus still has more than two months to run its course — and it’s not too late to get a flu shot, said a local registered nurse specializing in infection prevention.
“There is still time to get the flu shot. Flu season generally is considered to run its course by the end of March,” said Lareine Rickmon, a registered nurse specializing in infection prevention at Seton Medical Center Harker Heights. “This is usually about the time when those people who are most at risk may consider getting a second dose.”
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