FluMist

With no FluMist, CDC worries flu vaccination rates could slip

About 20 million people and one-third of children in the U.S. received AstraZeneca’s FluMist last year to protect against the seasonal virus, health officials told reporters during a press conference. And with the nasal mist no longer an option this year, the CDC is concerned that vaccination rates could suffer.
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Canadian study finds AZ's FluMist effective

Following the June decision by a CDC committee to recommend against any use of AstraZeneca’s FluMist Quadrivalent for the upcoming flu season, a Canadian study published this week found the trivalent version of the vaccine was as effective as an inactivated flu shot over three seasons.