The flu vaccine is designed to prevent the flu, not just to protect people from the flu.
It doesn’t protect against a coronavirus, which can be transmitted through coughing and sneezing.
You can protect yourself from the virus with the regular flu shot, but not if you are allergic to the vaccine.
The vaccine contains about 2.5 billion active ingredients, and about 80% of the doses are injected in a syringe and can be taken in pill, liquid or tablet form.
There are other vaccines that can be used to treat people with the flu or for other conditions.
It is important to know that you can still get flu symptoms, including sore throat, fever, cough, chills and a sore throat.
It can cause severe side effects, including pneumonia and other serious complications.
In some cases, the flu can cause more serious complications, including death.
Flu shots are available at most pharmacies, and you can order online at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website or from any health care provider.
But remember, you need to get the shot at least two weeks before your next flu shot is due.
There is also a second shot, called an ACIP, which is made by the CDC.
It contains less active ingredients.
If you don’t get the ACIP before your flu shot due to illness, your flu shots can still protect you.
Learn more about flu vaccines.