How to vaccinate yourself for the flu and other contagious diseases
By the end of this week, most of the world’s countries are expected to have enough vaccine stocks to treat the global pandemic.
But for those countries that have yet to receive vaccines, there are some precautions you can take right now.
Here are the basics you need to know to get vaccinated.1.
If you’re in a country with no flu shots, you’re not required to get any.
The vaccine will be distributed in your country.
The rest of the globe, including some Asian countries, is likely to follow suit soon.2.
In a country without a vaccine, you can still get flu shots if you have a compatible carrier, such as a close relative, a parent, or someone you know.
But you’ll need to show a doctor your carrier and your health history.3.
You can get vaccinated at home.
Most people in developed countries who don’t have access to flu shots live in rural areas.
But in developing countries, like Cambodia, the vaccine may be available in most people’s homes, and it’s a good idea to check with your doctor before traveling.4.
You’ll need a test to determine if you’re compatible with a vaccine.
A test can be expensive, but the results will be sent to your doctor so you can be vaccinated.5.
If a doctor tells you you can’t get vaccinated, don’t be fooled.
There are ways around this rule.
Here’s how to do it.6.
You might be able to get a vaccine at a health clinic if you live in a rural area.
These clinics usually have health clinics staffed by nurses and pharmacists.
They also have flu shots for sale.
You may be able find a clinic nearby, but you may not be able afford it.
If you’re an elderly or sick person who can’t be reached, you might be better off getting vaccinated in a clinic instead.7.
If your health care provider doesn’t offer a vaccine for you, ask your local health care center or clinic to do one for you.
If it’s free, it’s usually a good option.
If not, it may be more expensive.8.
You won’t be able go to a hospital without a flu shot if you can get it in a pharmacy or clinic.
You don’t need a doctor’s prescription to get the shot, so you don’t even need to pay for it.9.
The flu vaccine isn’t available at all in most countries.
But if you get vaccinated on the same day as the rest of Europe, you’ll have the best chance of being vaccinated.
You’re probably not going to be able get vaccinated without having to travel.
You should ask your health provider about the best time to get it.10.
The CDC recommends that you get the flu vaccine as soon as possible.
But many countries don’t want to wait until everyone is vaccinated, so they don’t distribute the vaccine as widely as they should.
If that sounds like you, here’s what you need now:The CDC recommends flu shots at a hospital.
Here are the locations and times in each country:The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends flu shot at a doctor or hospital.
In Europe, this can be done at pharmacies or clinics.
In Japan, vaccination at the same time as a GP appointment is recommended.
In Australia, this is recommended at a GP or dentist.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommends the flu shot as soon after getting vaccinated as possible, at least one week before you get your flu shot.
In the United Kingdom, the flu shots are distributed in pharmacies or hospitals as soon the vaccines become available.
In France, they are distributed through health clinics.
For the rest, there’s not a specific vaccine or time you should wait.
But these are the best options:The WHO recommends that people with a weakened immune system, like those who don’s already have a weakened or missing immune system or those who have chronic conditions like asthma, be vaccinated in the next 12 hours.
In those situations, the WHO recommends starting the flu vaccines at 7 a.m. or 8 p.m., then going home and taking the shot every four hours.
This should take the flu out of your body before the next dose is scheduled.
The CDC advises people who are in an active or chronic disease, like someone with diabetes, to be vaccinated immediately after they have their flu shot or two days after the last dose.
The next dose may be at any time, although there are no rules about when.
Department of Health and Human Services recommends a flu vaccine every three weeks.
This is also recommended in Europe, Australia, Japan, and the United States.
If your health condition requires you to get your shots soon, here are the options:To see how the flu is spreading, read this story.