NEW YORK — If you’re feeling sick or have questions about how to stay healthy after a severe flu outbreak, here’s what you need to know.1.
The flu is no joke.
Flu symptoms typically include fever, cough, sore throat and sore eyes.
They can range from mild to severe.
Fever is often mild and the cough and sore throat are often milder.
If you have any of those symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.
If the flu is still mild or mild-moderate, then you’re likely to have mild-severe complications.
The most common complication is pneumonia.
Pneumonia is the most common type of pneumonia, but it can also occur in mild-to-moderate flu symptoms, such as a runny nose, shortness of breath, muscle pain and fatigue.3.
Other complications of influenza can include pneumonia, pneumonia pneumonia pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, liver failure, brain damage, kidney failure, and brain tumors.
There’s no cure for influenza.
The best thing to do is get the flu vaccine as soon as possible.
This vaccine protects against the flu, which is transmitted by breathing the flu virus.
Vaccination is done by a hospital, a doctor or a nurse practitioner.
It’s administered through a nasal spray or a shot given through a syringe.
It’s also administered in the mail, by the mail or by prescription.
When you’re in an emergency, take precautions.
Avoid eating large amounts of sugar or fat.
Limit alcohol and caffeine, and limit your intake of processed foods.
Don’t try to fight the flu.
If the flu doesn’t respond well to any of the treatments available, you should seek medical care.
Don’t try anything that requires medical intervention.
If someone has pneumonia, you can administer fluids to them and let them stay in the hospital.
In addition to flu vaccines, you also need to be aware of the COVID-19 virus, including how it spreads and how to recognize and treat it.
COVID-2019: A look at how COVID can spread and how people are protected from itThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people who have traveled to or are living in a county with a coronave outbreak get tested for COVID and that those who are hospitalized in an outbreak area get tested if they haven’t already been tested.
As long as you’re staying safe, you’ll be well-protected from the COID pandemic.
You can also get vaccinated for COID.
More than 95% of people infected with COVID don’t get sick, and they don’t develop any symptoms.
However, the virus can cause pneumonia, a respiratory illness that can result in death.
Here are the top tips for flu prevention in the United States: