The best way to prevent a virus outbreak is to get the flu vaccine early.
The flu shot can save your life, but it can also spread the virus to others.
Here are some tips to help you avoid getting sick.
First, get your vaccine at a local pharmacy or health centre.
Most pharmacies and health centres will also sell a flu vaccination kit for $35, including a vaccination kit with a swab and a droplet of vaccine.
These are good options if you can afford them, but they are often out of stock or expensive.
If you can’t get your flu vaccine, you can get it from your GP, or from your local hospital or nursing home.
Some pharmacies will also carry a flu test kit, but these may cost extra.
The most reliable way to get your dose of the flu shot is to have it in the same bag that you get your influenza vaccine, even if you’re not sure what’s in it.
If your doctor recommends you get the influenza vaccine in the morning, you should do so.
This will ensure you don’t miss the dose and get a faster shot.
If it’s cloudy, or you’re concerned about getting sick, you may be better off getting the flu shots at home, or in your car.
If you can travel safely, get the vaccine in a vehicle and leave the vehicle at home.
Your doctor may ask you to take a flu shot at home if:Your GP has told you to get vaccinatedYou have a serious cough or sneezeThe flu is making you sickYou’re worried about your familyIf you are under 18 and don’t want to get a flu jab, your doctor can order you a flu shots.
If the flu is still active and you haven’t had the shot for a week, you might need to have another shot.
You should take the vaccine as soon as you are fit to take it.
The best way is to wear an appropriate mask while you take it, such as a full face mask, or a face shield.
You can also wear gloves if you feel the need.
It’s not a good idea to have the vaccine while you’re taking your regular dose of antibiotics, or when you’re in a hospital setting, such a nursing home or GP office.
If a nurse has to administer antibiotics, it’s best to wait at home for the vaccine to be administered.
If there is an infection, the best way for you to prevent it is to stay home and get vaccinated as soon you feel better.
If the virus spreads in your family, you’ll need to get that vaccine as well.