Although the prevention strategies for seasonal infections and COVID-19 differ, there is a synergy in the prevention of these diseases. Basic COVID-19 prevention measures, such as vaccination, maintaining a physical distance, avoiding large crowds, cough etiquette, and hand hygiene, must be followed at all times.

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Vector control is essential to reduce mosquito breeding places. Insect repellents that have been approved are effective against vector-borne diseases including scrub typhus. Two preventive measures against leptospirosis are wearing protective gear for persons at risk of contracting the disease, such as rice-paddy, sanitation, and sugarcane workers, and avoiding swimming in contaminated water. Seasonal influenza vaccination is recommended for high-risk groups, as well as all health-care employees. COVID-19 and other seasonal diseases require community assistance and knowledge.

In moderate to severely ill COVID-19 patients, one or more infections can coexist, making it critical to distinguish and diagnose these illnesses in order to avoid consequences, including death. As a result, appropriate and trustworthy testing is required.

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