Is it safe to get COVID booster and flu shot at the same time? What experts say

White House COVID-19 response coordinator: “I really believe this is why God gave us two arms — one for the flu shot and the other for the COVID shot” The CDC says getting both vaccines at the same visit increases the chance that a person will be up to date with their vaccinations. The agency suggested administering each shot in separate limbs, too, unless there’s a specific reason not to administer them at the time of the healthcare visit. The flu has been relatively dormant the past two winters, but it returned this past spring of 2022 when we stopped wearing masks.

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