We've spoken a lot over the last year or so about coronavirus, and for good reason. But there are plenty of other viruses out there that can make us seriously sick or kill us.
One is the flu, or influenza, and usually at this time of the year, we'd be seeing a solid rise in the number of reported cases.
But not this year. In fact, there's so little flu around that there's actually been more COVID detected than influenza.
So on today's Coronacast, what could be going on?
Also on today's show:
* Is there any information on how long should someone with a flu wait before I get the Pfizer vaccine?
* Is there a correlation between the degree of side effects experienced immediately after your first dose of AstraZeneca and the possibility of developing clots?