A new Gallup poll paints a concerning picture of vaccination rates in the United States, revealing that less than half of adults have received both their annual flu shot and the latest COVID-19 booster shot. This low uptake raises concerns about potential surges in both influenza and COVID-19 cases during the winter months.
The poll found that only 47% of U.S. adults reported getting their flu shot this season, falling short of the national target of 70% coverage. While this figure represents a slight increase from last year's 45%, it still leaves a significant portion of. . .