Correct, bacteria are the secondary pathogen in that case, and influenza is the primary, more contagious, more dangerous pathogen.
There is lots of frothy (at times apocalyptic, but not in this case) discussion about promoting awareness and diverting funding to MDR bacterial infections, but they pose a comparatively small problem.
I’m curious, how many years did the flu vaccination match the correct strain?
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