Michigan Doctors Are Encouraging You To Get This Done If You Have Not
Now that summer is ending and we will be into fall and winter soon we all need to take care of ourselves and our families to stay healthy. In this country, flu season happens in the fall and winter. Flu viruses circulate year-round, most of the time flu activity peaks between late November and the end of January. I had a yearly check-up last week and my doctor shared that and some other helpful things.
Probably a good time to make sure you are stocked up on all your vitamins. I take a multi-vitamin year-round and also supplements for my immune system, D3, and extra Vitamin C and Co-Q10 to keep my heart healthy. This is a good time of year to check with your doctor to make sure you're getting everything you need.
What Michigan Doctors Are Saying
Also, check this out, Doctors at a little over 20 Michigan health care facilities think that it is possible for a 4th COVID-19 surge. Many hospitals in Michigan are seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases due to the Delta Variant according to fox47news.com. Many folks still do not have the vaccine.
We know that the numbers across the states have continued to climb and continue to have very high infection rates across many of the regions," said Dr. Adnan Munkarah with Henry Ford Health System.
This Is Alarming
This is pretty scary too, the Henry Ford Health System says in the United States, about 99 percent of people dying from COVID-19 are unvaccinated. Something to think about if you have not had your vaccine.
Many people who have not gotten the shot are either still researching or will not get it. But Dr. Munkarah says it's safe. Nearly 370 million doses of the vaccine have been given out. The science is clear – vaccines are safe and effective," Dr. Munkarah said.
You have to do what's right for you and many folks' circumstances vary, but is important to have all the facts. Stay Safe.