It’s been a while since we wrote a story about a scam, but we can finally report on the latest on a vaccine scam.
The California-based Covid-21 vaccine maker Sanofi announced it has recalled some doses of the influenza vaccine, after its supply chain was found to be compromised, but this comes just days after a similar case involving another vaccine maker.
The news comes on the heels of the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announcing that the flu shot is now recommended for adults ages 6 months to 18 years old.
The CDC also said it is reviewing the use of influenza vaccines in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa.
We can’t help but wonder if Sanofi and other vaccine makers will be able to keep up their game with this one.
But, it’s not like these scammers aren’t out there, so we’ll be keeping an eye out.
Here are our five best tips for spotting a scam.
Don’t fall for the flu scam: A scammer might be trying to trick you into buying a vaccine by promising it will help you catch a cold.
The best way to tell whether a vaccine is a scam is to ask the pharmacist.
If they say yes, you can be certain the scammer is trying to make a buck off you.
But if they don’t say yes or say they don, it might not be a scam at all.
So you have to be a little wary about jumping in line for a vaccine if you want to get the vaccine.
Also, ask the person to confirm that the vaccine is safe before buying.
Don´t wait for your doctor to sign off on a flu shot: While it’s true that most vaccines are licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the FDA doesn’t approve them for people who have not gotten a flu vaccine.
Instead, it gives the manufacturers the go-ahead to make and distribute the vaccine, and the FDA also approves the manufacture and distribution of the vaccine at home.
If the flu shots manufacturer is trying this scam on you, you should definitely tell your doctor before taking the shot.
Don\’t wait too long: Although the flu vaccines can be purchased at grocery stores and pharmacies, they can take a while to get there.
It takes a couple of days for the vaccines to get to you.
And, since most vaccines come in pill, you may need to wait up to a week for a shot to get from your doctor’s office to your home.
So, if you get the flu, you might have to wait a couple more days before you can buy a shot.
But you should still take the shot if you need to. 4.
Make sure you ask the right questions before you get a flu vaccination: When buying a flu vaccines, it is a good idea to ask questions about the vaccine before you take it.
You can find out more about flu shots at the CDC website.
The vaccine can also come in different flavors, and it may take some time to figure out which is right for you.
Do your own research before buying a shot: Even though the flu is a relatively new illness, it can still be a scary and scary-sounding disease.
Here is what you need do to keep safe: Know what flu vaccines are.
Look at the ingredients.
Read labels and instructions for any flu shots you get.
If you have questions about how the flu works, read the flu FAQs at the U.S. Centers for Diseases Control and the National Institutes of Health.
Learn about flu vaccines and the risks they can pose to you and others.