Papel da Criança na Transmissão da Gripe

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A rotina normal de uma criança envolve escola, eventos sociais e comunitários, uma circulação intensa em locais e encontro com diversas pessoas. Isso as fazem potenciais focos de transmissão da gripe?
Neste episódio, o Dr. Daniel Jarovsky nos responde sobre este assunto e também reforça a importância da vacinação infantil e as diferenças entre os tipos de vírus da gripe.
MAT-BR-2004521 | Janeiro de 2021 | Material destinado à todos os públicos.
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