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Sir I think that swine flu is coming in Delhi, here is any medicine or vaccine to be safe from this.

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Sir I think that swine flu is coming in Delhi, here is an...
Pevention from swine flu hiniIt can spread through coughing and sneezing so always cover your face while doing so. And make sure people around you in office or home also follow this.Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth too often Maintain a high level of personal hygiene. Always wash your hands before or after eating and particularly after returning from a public place. Sometimes virus can spread through droplets that have remained on surfaces of things like laptops, phones so avoid using someone else’s items. Avoid public places, unhygienic conditions, etc. If your city/area is swine-flu endemic, always wear a standard swine flu mask  in public places (the H-95 mask which is worn by nurses and doctors while collecting samples from swine flu victims). Normal surgical masks which sell like hot cakes during swine flu season might not give enough protection. If you feel sick and look like you are developing a cold or fever, stay at home and take enough rest. Rest has also been shown to increase ‘interferons’ which help our immunity to fight the virus better. Keeping away from others also prevents spread of the infection. Flu prevention for adults and teens aged 13 years and older. Take 1 dose, once daily, for 10 days or as long as prescribed. One dose is 75 mg/12.5 mL for adults
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Sir I think that swine flu is coming in Delhi, here is an...
Hello, For swine flu vaccine kindly consult Physician in a good hospital as vaccine is available but it does not give 100 % protection
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