Prevention of Flu
The important fact about flu remains that it is a communicable disease. Absolute isolation is essential to keep the patient from giving the illness to others. Anti-viral vaccines have to be administered to the people around the patient to ensure that it does not spread. If the patient’s household contains young children and people above the age of 55, care should be taken to prevent the disease from spreading to them by quarantining the patient from them. People with immune-deficiency syndrome and diabetes and asthma have to be vaccine-administered. Further, good healthy habits like washing your hands with soap and water frequently and covering your coughs and sneezes can help reduce the infection.