Health officials in the U.S. are encouraging people to take a new flu vaccine after an unexpected spike in cases in some states.
The flu vaccine was originally made available in March.
It is made from the human influenza virus and contains a live version of the influenza A virus.
It is a different kind of vaccine from the one developed for the pandemic and used in Europe, which was not well received by patients.
People should continue to get their flu shots, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says on its website.
The CDC recommends that people avoid the following situations:Do not drink alcohol, and use a self-injection device if you are not sure if you need to take more than one dose.
Do not work at night, when there is a chance of spreading the virus to others.
Do make sure you wear long sleeves and pants at all times.
The U.N. says the virus has spread throughout much of the Americas, with many people reporting more than three cases in a single week in New England, the Great Lakes region and the Caribbean.
It has not yet been confirmed if there are more cases in Mexico, and Mexico’s health minister says the case rate is very low.