Medidas preventivas contra a gripe com Dr. Robério Leite

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Já abordamos por aqui como a gripe é transmitida, agora como podemos nos proteger e diminuir as chances de contágio da gripe? O Dr. Robério Leite, doutor e especialista em Infectologia Pediátrica pela UNIFESP-EPM, nos apresenta medidas eficazes e apresenta números de como os combates à COVID-19 já têm contribuído para a diminuição da circulação do vírus Influenza.

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