Influenza ('the 'flu') is an acute, seasonal, upper respiratory-tract virus. In Latvia, it spreads during the Autumn and Winter, at which times the risk of infection greatly increases. Furthermore, it can lead to complications, which can have grave consequences and can be life threatening. For full protection, an injection prior to the beginning of the 'flu season is highly recommended: especially for infants, people with chronic illnesses, expectant mothers, pensioners and all those working in the fields of trade, education and medicine. The 'flu tends to vary in strength from year to year,and specialists develop vaccines based upon their predictions for that year or season.
At Adoria, you can receive this vaccination: one injection with immunity developing after seven days.