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SQUASH THAT PESKY BUG! 

 

        Yup, you’ve guessed it, the dreaded flu season is officially upon us! Even if we don’t want to admit it, we have our own sure fire ways of avoiding the flu virus.

 

        *Do you take massive amounts of Emergen-C? 

 

        *Wear a Haz-Mat suit when you leave the house? 

 

        *Hibernate in an underground bunker for the season? 

 

        If you go to these extremes, you may be better equipped for a zombie apocalypse than avoiding this dreaded bug! Armstrong Fairway Insurance Agency has you covered. 

 

        Check out these helpful hints to get you through these next few months:

        

1.    TAKE TIME TO GET YOUR FLU VACCINE.

If you can’t get in with your Primary Care Physician, check out your local drug store. Many offer
the flu vaccine, most allow walk-ins.

2.    WASH YOUR HANDS OFTEN.

Soap and warm water can do wonders during flu season, basic hygiene goes a long way!

3.    AVOID TOUCHING YOUR EYES, NOSE, AND MOUTH.

Germs spread easily by touching your face…again, see tip #2.

4.    AVOID CLOSE CONTACT WITH THOSE WHO ARE SICK.

While we know this can’t always be avoided, especially if you have sick children, just do your best.

5.    GET PLENTY OF SLEEP AND EXERCISE.

We know you’re busy, who isn’t, but this tip is important to maintain your immune system. 

 

We hope you’ve found our tips helpful, and remember, we are your go-to agent for healthcare
insurance in the unfortunate event that you do get this nasty flu.

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