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Dr. Jeffrey Fudin, pain expert and Advil Spokesperson, shares this flu season will look different than any other. It’s unknown how COVID-19 will impact flu season, but the CDC recommends that people get a flu vaccine. While not a cure for COVID-19 or the flu, for short-term symptom relief, consider taking an over-the-counter fever and pain reliever, like Advil.
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