Here are some tips to help you decide whether you’re infected.1.
The flu virus doesn’t appear on the flu vaccine as a cold or flu-like illness, but rather as an infection.
The virus can be seen in the flu jab and flu shot, but is only detected when it comes into contact with the skin or mucous membranes of an infected person.
If you see a cold-like symptom or fever on a flu test, you’re probably infected with the virus.2.
There is a link between the flu shot and flu.
If the flu shots are given on a regular basis, you should be more likely to get a flu shot as a precaution.
This is especially true if you get a cold.
If not, it may not be a good idea to get vaccinated because of this.3.
The vaccine is not as effective as the flu.
The influenza vaccine is designed to be given to as many people as possible, but this is not always the case.
The more people who get vaccinated, the lower the risk of catching the flu from the flu, and the vaccine can also help prevent infection from other infections.4.
The vaccination schedule may vary from country to country.
The best time to get the flu vaccination is before you get sick and the flu virus has a chance to develop.
However, if you do get sick, it is important to follow your doctors advice.5.
You can get flu during pregnancy.
The US vaccine schedule does not say whether it can be given during pregnancy or during the first trimester.
It says that if you are at least one week postpartum, you may be protected against influenza if you have no symptoms.
This has been confirmed in several trials, and is generally thought to be safe.6.
There are more than a dozen types of flu vaccines.
Most flu vaccines contain the active ingredients in the shot.
This means they are not interchangeable.
For example, the shot may contain a small amount of a flu vaccine and the other shot may not.
This makes it more difficult to compare a vaccine with a different vaccine.
This may be why some countries are using the same vaccines.7.
There may be other reasons to be vaccinated.
Some flu vaccines have different safety requirements.
For instance, there is a vaccine for people with mild to moderate respiratory illness (which can cause a mild or moderate fever).
Other flu vaccines may require a person to stay in a hospital for up to 48 hours before being given the shot, and they are also more likely not to work well with other flu vaccines that have been shown to be more effective.8.
People with weakened immune systems may need more vaccinations.
Some strains of the flu are known to cause flu-induced inflammation in the body, and these strains can be more difficult for the body to clear.
If people are weak in other areas of the immune system, they may need to be protected from the other flu strains.9.
Some vaccines may not protect against the flu at all.
If a vaccine fails to protect against a strain of flu, the vaccine may not work well and it could cause a person with weakened immunity to be at risk for the flu itself.
The most common reason for this is because the vaccine is only effective against strains of flu that are already circulating.10.
Some people are more likely than others to be infected by the flu and spread the virus through their skin, mucous or other surfaces.
Some viruses can be transmitted from person to person through direct contact, and this can happen if someone gets a flu infection that is in their bloodstream.
Other viruses may be passed through a contaminated water source.