In The News: Doctors worry about the flu, COVID-19 colliding

KIRO TV's Alison Grande shared perspective from Dr. Edward Leonard, infectious disease specialist at Overlake Medical Center and Clinics, on the upcoming flu season and importance of vaccinations.

From the article, "At Overlake Hospital and Medical Center in Bellevue, Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Edward Leonard said he recommends waiting until October to get a flu shot. He said the flu immunization lasts for six months. And if the immunizations are given too early, they will wear off before the flu season is over."

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