How to beat the flu: Don’t overreact to symptoms

By The Associated Press February 06, 2020 10:50:03After the coronavirus pandemic, health care workers are getting more and more sick.

But there are some who aren’t getting any better.

The problem, some experts say, is a combination of factors.

Health workers often don’t know what they’re supposed to be doing, and some of them are even afraid to do their jobs.

“It’s a bit scary to work when you’re worried about what you’re seeing,” said Jennifer Hagerty, a nurse at the University of California, San Francisco, who said she’s seeing more patients with the flu than usual.

“We’re just not doing enough,” she said.

Hagerty said her staff is not fully prepared to respond to an outbreak and the virus is spreading faster than it was in the past.

That means they have to do more than they’ve done before, like isolate patients and treat them.

That means they’re more likely to get infected with the virus, which can be deadly.

And because of the flu, some health care facilities have been closed.

So workers who don’t work there have to get a flu vaccination.

Health care workers often get sick, and it’s possible to get the flu even without a vaccine.

That’s because flu virus spreads in the body like a virus, and the body produces antibodies to fight off the virus.

But because the flu is not a vaccine, it can spread even when health care staff aren’t contagious, like when they’re at home, or in an office.

The more people who are exposed to the virus the more likely it is that they will get the virus too.

There are a few different ways that the flu can spread.

It can be spread through sneezing or coughing, or through sharing drinks.

The CDC has posted tips on how to be better prepared for the flu and other contagious illnesses on its website, including this video from its Emergency Care Tips blog.

Some of the tips include:Wear an eye mask.

If you have a cough, don’t wear a mask and wear it long enough to block the airway, said Dr. Robert Wood, a infectious disease physician at the Cleveland Clinic.

If you can’t breathe or cough, you should wear a breathing mask.

Be sure to wash your hands after touching your face and hands.

Use a hand sanitizer, which helps remove the virus from your hands.

You should also wear a face mask or face shield to protect your eyes from the virus and your nose from airborne particles.

Avoid sharing food or drink, which could make you more susceptible to the infection.

Use hand sanitiser on hands and mouth when possible.

You also should wear gloves and wash your face regularly, said Wood.

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