NATURAL FLU IMMUNITY

A 2016 study by UCLA and the University of Arizona showed that “the first influenza attack a child suffers can affect the way their lifelong immunity to the virus builds up.” Specifically, exposure to a wild influenza virus (meaning infection, not immunization by vaccine) provided “75% protection against severe infection and 80% protection against death for related flu viruses.”

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