How to avoid respiratory virus infections in summer

How to avoid respiratory virus infections in summer
How to avoid respiratory virus infections in summer

Covid-19 cases have increased in recent weeks. Some of the factors may be the lowering of defenses that occurs when the body is faced with sudden changes in temperature. Therefore, Frenadol presents some tips to avoid contagion as much as possible.

Respiratory viruses, responsible for diseases such as influenza, Covid-19 or the common cold, circulate among the population throughout the year, regardless of the weather or the season. In fact, in recent weeks we have witnessed an increase in Covid-19 infections, which has reached 100,000 cases. + read more


How to avoid respiratory virus infections in summer

Covid-19 cases have increased in recent weeks. Some of the factors may be the lowering of defenses that occurs when the body is faced with sudden changes in temperature. Therefore, Frenadol presents some tips to avoid contagion as much as possible. + read more

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