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Seasonal Flu 2009 Radio Public Service Announcements
For _____ County Health Department
Will you be PREGNANT this flu season? Doctors recommend that you get a FLU SHOT. Being pregnant increases your risk of getting very sick from the flu. So stay healthy during your pregnancy. Get a flu shot soon. A message from the _____ County Health Department.
The _____ County Health Department reminds you:
Don’t spread the flu!
Call the _____ County Health Department at (phone number) to find out how you can get a flu shot now.
When you get the flu, you expose your family, friends and coworkers to the infection. Healthy adults may be able to infect others up to one day before they start having symptoms. And once sick, they can infect others up to five days. That’s why it is important for you to prevent the flu by getting your flu shot every year. So stay healthy and strong. Get a flu shot soon. A message from the _____ County Health Department.
Being sick with the flu is not fun for your kids, or for you! Flu can be a serious disease for children of all ages, causing them to miss school, activities, or even be hospitalized. The _____ County Health Department recommends flu protection for children ages 6 months through 18 years old. To find out how you can get a flu shot for your children, and for you, call the _____ County Health Department at (phone number).
If you have a chronic health condition, you should be among the first to get a flu shot every year. Chronic health conditions include asthma, kidney disease, diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, chronic bronchitis, a weakened immune system, and HIV. On average, the flu kills 36,000 people each year in the United States. So stay healthy and strong. Get a flu shot soon. A message from the _____ County Health Department.
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