The flu virus is spreading across the country, and the flu can be an uncomfortable thing to deal with.
Here’s how to tell whether you’re really sick from it.
Read more:What to know about the flu vaccine:What you need to know before you get the flu shot:The flu vaccine has been around since the 1940s, and it’s a very effective way to protect against the flu.
There are about 15 million people who have received the vaccine.
What is the flu?
The flu is an infection caused by the coronavirus.
It can be spread by coughing, sneezing, or through contact with body fluids, including saliva.
The flu can also be spread through direct contact with the skin or mucous membranes.
It usually starts in the nose and throat, and can spread to the heart, lungs and kidneys.
There are three main types of flu: the common, seasonal and severe.
The flu virus can be contracted by the common type, and in some countries, it can be passed from person to person.
People can get the virus from close family members, who are also infected.
In the US, for example, a child’s first exposure to the flu is the most common source of flu infections.
There’s a lot more to know:What causes the flu:The main cause of the flu, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is the virus that causes coronaviruses.
This type of virus can only be passed through direct oral contact with an infected person, so a person cannot be vaccinated against the virus in the air.
The influenza virus can also spread through contact.
The virus can live on surfaces, like clothing, and other people can become infected.
When does the flu strike:The number of cases of flu in the US has been increasing over the past several months.
The current peak was in April.
The number is still rising, and experts expect the number to continue to rise.
The latest figures from the CDC show that in April, there were more than 12,000 confirmed flu cases and 9,000 deaths.
The CDC expects that number to climb to 12,500 cases by May.
How does the influenza vaccine work:The vaccine is made up of two components: a vaccine and a shot.
The vaccine contains two proteins: the influenza A (H3N2) virus and a virus called the influenza B (H1N1).
The H3N4 virus can spread through the respiratory system.
The shot contains two different antibodies that work together to protect the body from the virus.
The antibodies can be given to people who are sick and are showing signs of flu.
The main type of vaccine contains three proteins: a flu protein, a flu virus and the antiviral molecule.
The antiviral molecules help protect the vaccine from the viral proteins.
In addition, there are two other components of the vaccine, called adjuvants and antibodies.
These are used to make sure that the vaccine is not weakened and that it works properly.
People who have already received the shot can continue to get the vaccine for a further three months.
After that, people can stop taking the vaccine and stop getting the shots.
People can continue receiving shots until they are 70.
If you’re not getting the vaccine because you’re ill, then you should talk to your GP or nurse about it.
You can find out more about the vaccine by clicking here.