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Winter 2022-2023 and the ‘tripledemic’ so far


KFF posts latest data on COVID-19, flu, RSV and more.

The winter 2022-2023 flu season continues – along with COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), with the three combining for a “tripledemic” around the nation.

The KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor posted its January 2023 findings about experiencing those illnesses, taking precautions against them, and getting a first or another vaccine, if available. It appeared some medicine shortages are making it more difficult to track down prescription or over-the-counter treatments for the illnesses.

This slideshow includes figures that cover the last month or so, including the holiday season from December 2023. The KFF research also was the first one since President Joe Biden announced the declarations of national emergency and public health emergency that began in 2020, would end on May 11.

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Michael J. Barry, MD