What to Do If You Get Sick with Flu

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December 23, 2022

Flu Weekly Newsletter

Influenza (Flu)
2022 - 2023 Flu Season 

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Weekly U.S. Influenza Surveillance Report

Flu activity remains high or very high across 48 jurisdictions but is declining in most areas. CDC continues to recommend vaccination at this time.

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CDC is regularly updating preliminary weekly flu vaccination coverage data this season. Coverage is still lower than it has been during previous seasons in some groups of people.

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What To Do If You Get Sick with Flu
Most people with flu will have mild illness and won’t need medical care or antiviral drugs. In most cases, if you get sick, you should stay home and avoid contact with other people except to get medical care. However, if you have symptoms of flu and are at higher risk of developing serious flu complications, or are very sick, contact your health care provider about treatment options.

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