Tips to prevent the spread of COVID-19, flu, RSV

COVID-19, flu and RSV are circulating. Here’s how to stay sane during Thanksgiving gatherings



THERE IS LOTS OF SICKNESS NOW. RSV, FLU AND COVID. AND WHEN WE THINK ABOUT THANKSGIVING AND THOSE YOU LOVE AND CARE MOST, THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO KEEP THEM PROTECTED. LET’S START WITH EVERYONE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD BEFORE THE GATHERING. DOCTOR ENCOURAGES YOU TO CHECK AND MAKE SURE NO ONE HAS BEEN SICK IN THE PAST DAYS. AND IF THEY HAVE ENCOURAGED THEM TO STAY HOME AND YOU MAYBE VIRTUALLY CHAT WITH THEM ON THANKSGIVING BECAUSE THAT CAN REALLY IMPACT ANYONE, ESPECIALLY BABIES AND SENIORS. SO FOR NOT JUST RSV BUT FOR LIQUID COVID, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN FOR HUGS AND KISSES AND ALSO WIP SURFACES FOR FLU AND COVID. YOU CAN ALSO GET A VACCINE AND HELP OUR CARE WORKERS DURING THE HOLIDAYS. JUST DO YOUR PART AND FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES AND PROTECT YOUR FAMILY SO YOU DON’T BECOME MORE IN THE NUMBER OF CASES THEY ALREADY SEE. AND LANCASTE

COVID-19, flu and RSV are circulating. Here’s how to stay sane during Thanksgiving gatherings

Health experts are concerned as millions of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving. COVID-19, the flu, and the respiratory syncytial virus known as RSV is circulating across the country. Susquehanna Valley doctors have these tips for staying healthy during holiday gatherings: Check if anyone has been feeling sick in the past few days. If they’ve been sick, encourage them to stay home. Wash your hands regularly. Do not give children hugs and kisses. Wipe surfaces. Get flu and COVID-19 vaccines. the “triplemic.” You are encouraged to help healthcare professionals by doing what you can to prevent the spread of these diseases.RSV ResourcesRSV Fact Sheet for Older Adults.Infant, Young Children RSV Fact Sheet.

Health experts are concerned as millions of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving.

COVID-19, the flu and respiratory syncytial virus known as RSV, is circulating throughout the country.

Susquehanna Valley doctors have these tips for staying healthy during holiday gatherings:

  • Check if anyone has felt sick in the past few days. Encourage them to stay home if they have been sick.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Don’t let kids run around for hugs and kisses.
  • Wipe surfaces.
  • Get flu and COVID-19 vaccines.

Some hospitals are being bombarded with what’s called the “triplemic.”

You are encouraged to help healthcare workers by doing what you can to prevent the spread of these diseases.

RSV Resources

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