When is flu season

The flu season starts in November and ends at the peak of April. It is about 4-5 months long. You will experience symptoms like cold, chills, congestion of the nose and fever. You must ensure that you get plenty of rest and drink a lot of warm fluids.

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One Response to “When is flu season”

  1. Expatriate Insurance

    Getting a flu shot can be very helpful, although some people experience adverse effects and get sick from them. Overall, though, the common consensus is that they are very helpful in preventing the flu. Additionally, a heightened sense of cleanliness and hygiene can be a very effective method for fighting the flu. Wash your hands ALL THE TIME.


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