‘Highly effective’ vaccine helped curtail flu season, says Brigham and Women’s doctor

BOSTON — A new report identified this year’s “highly effective” vaccine as a primary reason for a mild flu season.

Dr. Paul Sax, the infectious disease director at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, spoke with Boston 25 News to discuss the effectiveness of this year’s shot and where things stand with COVID and RSV.

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