Heading down that rabbit hole here.
Fears of coronavirus second wave prompt flu push at U.S. pharmacies, drugmakers
Some U.S. doctors are also considering clinics in parks and community centers and even home visits for vulnerable patients, said David Ross, vice president of commercial operations for North America at Seqirus.
“As we look at immunization this coming fall, it will play an enormous role in this battle against COVID-19,” Ross said.
So let's look at Sequirus:
"Seqirus offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios of influenza products all year round."
So COVID will help push increased use of the flu vaccine. I got the flu vaccine last year for the first time on a whim, and had a nasty reaction in the form of severe conjunctivitis. I was in for something else, and the nurse said, hey, we just got the new flu vaccine in. Want one? So I took him up on it.
With regards to the study at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7126676/, I don't think I'll be getting it this year. I'm very pro vaccine. I think it's great stuff, when you're talking about a pathogen that has a 20%+ fatality rate or one, like polio, that disables millions. But for the common flu? Sorry.