How to disinfect the air around you

In case you missed it, we’re talking about the weather here.

Weather is a topic we’ll discuss more frequently in a few days, but it’s also one that comes up a lot.

So we’re going to cover it here.

We’ve got a few things that you should know about the flu vaccine.1.

The flu vaccine is not the only way to protect yourself.

The best way to prevent a flu shot is to get the flu shot every year.

That means you should get it as soon as you can, every time you go to a doctor, get the shot.2.

If you’ve been getting the flu for a long time, the flu vaccines are probably fine for you.

You probably don’t need to take the flu shots more often, but the flu is an unpredictable, contagious disease that can be very hard to prevent.

It can be scary to get flu shots in the early stages of your illness.3.

Don’t stop vaccinating your family members until you see a doctor.

It’s probably not safe to stop vaccining people who haven’t been vaccinated at least every 6 months, even if they’ve been feeling well.

It is possible that they might still have been exposed to the virus and could get it again.

So it’s important to vaccinate family members even if you’re getting them shots as soon you can.

The CDC says that it’s not safe for the elderly or people with weakened immune systems to be vaccinated without a doctor’s recommendation.4.

You can be vaccinated before you have symptoms.

You don’t have to be feeling well to get a flu vaccine, but there are some important rules about when you should start and stop getting the vaccine.5.

If a doctor says you might have the flu, don’t just get vaccinated.

Ask him or her about the vaccine, and ask about whether it’s safe to start vaccinating.

If the doctor says it’s fine to start, that’s a good sign.6.

It isn’t necessary to get all your flu shots before the flu season begins.

You should start getting your flu vaccine as soon the flu starts.

This is especially true for younger people.7.

You may not need to vaccinating at all, but you should consider vaccinating others to prevent transmission.8.

The vaccine may have more side effects than the flu.

You might have a sore throat or cough after getting the influenza vaccine, which is a bad sign, but a more serious side effect is an increased risk of getting the virus from someone who has received the vaccine or is in close contact with someone who did.9.

You have to get vaccinated if you have a cough or sore throat.

The side effects are milder in older people.10.

The influenza vaccine can’t cure all cases of the flu in people with underlying conditions like arthritis or heart disease.

But if you get vaccinated, you may be able to reduce your risk of complications.

What you need to know about flu shots: