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Influenza vaccines are expected to be supplied at a slower pace in Japan this season than a year earlier, due in part to a worldwide shortage of ingredients, health ministry officials have said.

Although Japan did not see a seasonal flu outbreak last year, some experts are concerned that novel coronavirus and flu infections may spread simultaneously this winter. They are calling on people to get vaccinated against influenza and implement thorough infection prevention measures.

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