Tips on avoiding H1N1, what to do if you get ill
This week Inside CDCR is publishing a series of stories about the current influenza season and the prevalence of the H1N1 virus.
We’ve explained that California Correctional Health Services public health expert Dr. Janet Mohle-Boetani says that the most important thing CDCR staff can do is to avoid spreading the disease is to stay home if they feel the symptoms of influenza. She is also urging all healthy staff to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Now, we’re sharing more information – from the basics for avoiding the flu, to the details of caring for ill family members, and putting it at your fingertips.
Please take a minute to browse our tri-fold brochure. Feel free to print it, if you wish, so that you can take it home in case you need it later.
Taking proactive steps to avoid the flu and being prepared in case someone in your family gets sick, are the best way to fight back against influenza.
Click the link to the PDF below for a printable brochure that’s best printed double-sided and horizontally on a regular 8.5” by 11” sheet of paper.