A study of social networks has yielded clues about how best to improve vaccination rates for influenza. Researchers at Lancaster University in the UK found that people who have lots of friends should be prioritized for the flu vaccine because they might influence others to get vaccinated too.
The study, published in The Lancet, looks at how to improve the results of vaccination campaigns for healthcare workers who are at risk of spreading the infection to patients.
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