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The Los Angeles Times interviewed Dr. Daniel Uslan, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health associate professor of environmental health sciences and co-chief infection prevention officer for UCLA Health, about the importance of being vaccinated this flu season and the possibility of a so-called “twindemic” of flu and coronavirus.
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