Seasonal Influenza

 Wright County Public Health

 

2013-2014 Influenza Vaccination Record

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Infection Control Posters
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
County News/Notices
Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)

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Infection Control Posters

Cover Your Cough
(English/Spanish/Chinese/Vietnamese - Poster) - Health Care Setting.
(English/Spanish) - For Community and Public Settings like Schools and Child Care Facilities

Hand Hygiene
(Spanish/English)

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website provides information on Seasonal Influenza (Flu).

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Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) website provides information including:

  • Influenza Basics
  • Influenza Statistics
  • Health Professionals Influenza Information
  • Long-Term Care Influenza Information
  • School Health Personnel Influenza Information
  • For Child Care
  • Printed Materials on Influenza
  • Avian H5N1 Influenza
  • Pandemic Influenza Planning

How to Manage Influenza Symptoms

To learn more about how to manage Influenza symptoms or when to call the doctor or 911, click here.

Influenza is caused by a virus and cannot be treated with antibiotics.  It takes time for a person to recover from influenza.  Help the ill person get enough to drink and feel as comfortable as possible.

Influenza symptoms can come on fast and send you to bed feeling weak and worn out.  This is a normal part of influenza.  It may take 3-5 days for symptoms to improve, but symptoms can last longer.  Most people do not need to see a doctor or go to the emergency room.  Like the common cold–treat the symptoms.  Antibiotics do not work on influenza and cold viruses.  A child's symptoms can change quickly, so monitor them closely.

Influenza Information in Multiple Languages:  ECHO

ECHO Minnesota, in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), has created video, audio, print, and other resources in multiple languages.  These resources include many health and safety topics.  Most resources are available in Amharic, Arabic, English, Hmong, Karen, Khmer (Cambodian), Laotian, Oromo, Russian, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

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