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- Experts generally agree that it's best to stay home as long as you have severe symptoms, like a cough with mucus, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, or fatigue, because you may be contagious. And the CDC recommends staying home at least 24 hours after your fever goes away unless you need to leave the house for medical care or other urgent reasons.
Oct 12, 2021 · People who have a "hacking cough and are clearly infectious with a bad dose of flu" should "stay home" to "protect everyone else". As for a "simple cold", Dr Hilary remarked: "Of course we should ...
Oct 13, 2021 · If you are the one infected, it goes without saying you should try your best to stay away from other people. It is not NHS or government guidance to stay at home if you have a cold.
5 days ago · Children as young as six months can get the flu shot, and measures like masking and staying home when sick — even with something other than COVID-19 — are critical this winter, experts say.
Oct 12, 2021 · COLD and flu season has many Brits sneezing and spluttering at the moment. As the 'worst cold ever' rips through the population, here's how to get a good night's sleep when you have a cold.
- Miranda Slade
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Oct 12, 2021 · COMMON colds, as well as the flu and coronavirus, are all circulating in the UK. Experts have warned that there could be up to 60,000 deaths this flu season, as many people have not built their ...
- Harriet Whitehead
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Oct 11, 2021 · Dr Jenny Harries - chief executive of the UK Health Security Agency - has urged Brits to take time off work and recover rather than taking the "grin and bear it" approach to this winter's 'worst ...