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Steps to protect your health and the health of others:
Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze.
Do not use your hands
to cover your mouth, otherwise you will spread germs when touching door knobs and shared items. Influenza is thought to
spread mainly person-to-person
through coughing or sneezing of infected people.
your hands regularly especially if you've have been coughing, sneezing or have a runny nose or eyes. Washing your hands will not only prevent the spread of sickness, it will prevent your getting sick.
Don't touch your eyes, nose or mouth if you are sick or around others who are sick. If you must touch your eyes, nose or mouth, wash your hands first.
Stay home until you feel better and avoid spreading germs in the first place. Work places and schools are perfect environments for spreading or catching the flu. The
CDC recommends that you stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone
except to get medical care. (Your fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine.)
What else can you do?
Vaccination is the best protection we have against flu. CDC recommends that everyone gets vaccinated. Supplies of seasonal flu vaccine may be limited.
Find a vaccine
Follow public health advice
regarding school closures, avoiding crowds and other social distancing measures.
local health department
or call 1-800-CDC-INFO for more information.
Influenza (Flu) Vaccines: What You Need to Know
Key Facts about Flu Vaccine
Flu: A Guide for Parents
Key Facts about Seasonal Flu
Take 3: Steps to Fight the Flu
Seasonal Flu vs H1N1
Is it the Cold or the Flu
The Flu and your Family
The Flu and your School
The Flu and your Workplace
Signs and Symptoms
Stop the Spread Door Sign
How to Care for the Flu at Home
Taking care of Yourself
Flu Information in Spanish
Vacuna contra la Gripe: Lo que usted necesita saber
Key Facts about Seasonal Flu Spanish
The Flu and your Family-Spanish
The Flu and your School-Spanish
Signs and Symptoms-Spanish
Stop the Spread Door Sign-Spanish
How to Care for the Flu at Home-Spanish
CDC Says “Take 3” Steps to Fight The Flu
2009 H1N1 and Seasonal Flu: What To Do If You Get Sick
How to get ready for H1N1
Los CDC recomiendan que “tome 3” medidas para combatir la influenza
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