Latest Flu Virus is Especially Bad Latest Flu Virus is Especially Bad
Latest Flu Virus is Especially Bad

Latest Flu Virus is Especially Bad

Latest Flu Virus is Especially Bad

by Steve Eastman, CleanTV

You've heard the expression "the perfect storm."  Well how about this — the perfect virus?

Earlier this flu season we started out with the New Orleans virus.  You probably know viruses mutate.  Now we're dealing with the Sydney strain of the norovirus.  You may also know it by its other name — the Norwalk virus.  

Symptoms include vomiting and diarrhea.  You know the usual stuff.  So what's especially bad about this one? It's extra hard to kill.  Experts say when you wash your hands, rub them vigorously using hot water and soap for 30 seconds.  Don't leave it up to the hand sanitizer.  It's just not strong enough.

The problem is restaurant workers — like the rest of us — seldom put that much effort into hand washing, inadvertently helping to spread this flu.  And they usually don’t get paid sick days, so you know what that means.

The Centers for Disease Control report the current flu vaccine is only about 60 percent effective.  And many people report getting sick shortly after inoculation, not to mention side effects from the additives Big Pharma puts into vaccines.

So the best advice is kick those sanitary measures up a notch.  Machine wash your dishes and maybe cut back on eating out.

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