September through October are usually the months when the flu season worsens, many tend to consider these months to be the best time to get a flu shot.
Since it is also speculated that if a third wave emerges, there is a greater chance that COVID and flu will circulate at the same time and cause an infection, receiving both vaccines at the right time will help people stay alert and avoid additional risks. of coinfection as well.
However, since the flu can also routinely affect other parts of the year, a vaccine can also be given earlier, but would still be more effective if taken during peak season.
So if you plan to get vaccinated, the wisest thing to do would be to get your flu shot in late October.