August 04, 2020
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The flu season is around the corner, and doctors are encouraging people to get flu shots. A mix of COVID-19 and influenza could make for a tricky winter and burden the health care system.
Vaccine manufacturers have increased the production of flu shots for this season. Experts say a combination of the coronavirus and seasonal flu could be a lethal mix.
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Dr. Sachita Shah, an emergency physician at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, about her experiences over the course of the pandemic.