'COVID Zero' Weakening Immune Systems? Flu Outbreaks Hit China
Vaccine Cost, Availability Other Issues
China reports flu outbreaks as COVID-19 cases decline, suggesting that population immunity may have been affected by the country's strict "COVID Zero" policies. The cost and availability of flu vaccines in the country are other policy factors playing into the situation.
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