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Flu Safety Tip & Links

What to do if you have symptoms of the flu.

Posted: Jan 22, 2018 5:18 PM

Prevention/Symptoms:
1. The best prevention is the flu shot, and it’s not too late to get one.
2. Stay home if you are sick.
3. Flu symptoms include:
   a. Fever
   b. Cough
   c. Sore throat
   d. Muscle, body aches
   e. Runny or stuffy nose
   f. Headaches
   g. Fatigue
   h. Vomiting and diarrhea (more common in children)
4. Stay home 7 days from the onset of symptoms or 24 hours after the resolution of symptoms.
5. If you are sick and have to go out in public, wear a mask, cover your cough, and sanitize your hands frequently.
6. Certain populations are at high-risk for flu complications, and the CDC recommends an antiviral (like Tamiflu) within 2 days of symptom onset:
   a. Children under five
   b. Adults over 65 years old
   c. Pregnant women
   d. Persons in long-term care facilities
   e. Persons with underlying health conditions such as asthma, heart disease, diabetes, etc.
   7. Stay away from people who are sick.


To find where a flu shot is available near you:
vaccinefinder.org
Prevention/Symptoms:
1. The best prevention is the flu shot, and it’s not too late to get one.
2. Stay home if you are sick.
3. Flu symptoms include:
a. Fever
b. Cough
c. Sore throat
d. Muscle, body aches
e. Runny or stuffy nose
f. Headaches
g. Fatigue
h. Vomiting and diarrhea (more common in children)
4. Stay home 7 days from the onset of symptoms or 24 hours after the resolution of symptoms.
5. If you are sick and have to go out in public, wear a mask, cover your cough, and sanitize your hands frequently.
6. Certain populations are at high-risk for flu complications, and the CDC recommends an antiviral (like Tamiflu) within 2 days of symptom onset:
a. Children under five
b. Adults over 65 years old
c. Pregnant women
d. Persons in long-term care facilities
e. Persons with underlying health conditions such as asthma, heart disease, diabetes, etc.
7. Stay away from people who are sick.

Got to vaccinefinder.org to where a flu shot is available near you.

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 2916309

Reported Deaths: 32851
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles98992813489
San Bernardino2450331560
Riverside2338992517
San Diego2068702037
Orange2059112277
Santa Clara899831040
Kern82398551
Sacramento791371062
Fresno79033904
Alameda64760768
Ventura57941401
San Joaquin55580738
Contra Costa49759410
Stanislaus41270730
Tulare39723494
Monterey34482248
San Mateo30694294
San Francisco28200241
Imperial24882463
Solano24654105
Merced23199290
Santa Barbara23184223
Sonoma22910234
Kings18453110
Placer16761173
San Luis Obispo14851125
Madera12778130
Santa Cruz11583111
Marin11244149
Yolo10097131
Shasta9594117
Butte9127120
Sutter743976
El Dorado739441
Napa711738
Lassen506713
San Benito477843
Yuba476626
Tehama391742
Tuolumne327936
Nevada307571
Mendocino305531
Amador294029
Lake237828
Humboldt226324
Glenn179819
Colusa16849
Calaveras151322
Siskiyou138812
Mono10804
Inyo88327
Del Norte8442
Plumas5735
Modoc3783
Mariposa3414
Trinity2994
Alpine730
Sierra690
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