Wash Hands FluNote Labels- Circular Wash Hands Fight Flu warning semi-permanent, self-adhesive labels that are not easily removed. Label Dimensions 1-1/2" diameter circle. Supplied on strips of backing paper. Just peal and stick!
Wash Hands FluNote Labels- Rectangular Wash Hands Fight Flu warning semi-permanent, self-adhesive labels that are not easily removed. Also found effective in bi-lingual environments. Label Dimensions 1-1/2" wide X 2" long. Supplied on strips of backing paper. Just peal and stick!
Wear Mask FluNote Labels- Circular Wear Mask Fight Flu warning semi-permanent, self-adhesive labels that are not easily removed. Label Dimensions 1-1/2" diameter circle. Supplied on strips of backing paper. Just peal and stick!
Five "Wash Hands Fight Flu" FluNote Circular Labels. One Reusable Feverscan Thermometer. Hold on forehead, can be used over and over again. Two Disposable Feverscan Thermometers with adhesive back. Apply to forehead for continuous monitoring- one-time use. One Feverscan instruction with Cold versus Flu Symptom Chart. One convenient storage case.
It is estimated that the flu kills approximately 36,000 Americans each year. Influenza and pneumonia was the seventh leading cause of death in 1999 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Vital Statistics Reports (NVSS) September 21, 2001. You can help prevent the spread of the flu, Novel H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu), to yourself and others by following a few simple rules and reminding your family, friends, neighbors and employees to Wash Your Hands and Fight the Flu!
According to the (CDC), "People at greatest risk for novel H1N1 infection include children, pregnant women, and people with chronic health conditions like asthma, diabetes or heart and lung disease." For a weekly update on reported H1N1 Flu spread, visit the CDC's Novel H1N1 Flu Situation Update.
Use FluNotes “Wash Hands Fight Flu” Labels to remind your family, friends, neighbors, students and employees to help Prevent the Spread of Swine Flu. Place a label wherever people congregate.
Wash your hands! Your first shot at swine flu is a wash up. The Second Shot is a Flu Shot. Scrub your hands, forearms and face to remove viruses, germs and bacteria. The flu virus can enter the body through your hands, beneath fingernails, mouth, eyes, nasal passages and ear canals. Washing up can help in reducing your chances of getting the Swine Flu/ H1N1 Flu Virus, colds, allergies and even sinus ailments. Equally important, if you stop Swine Flu, those around you may avoid it too. Help to slow the spread of this epidemic... don't let it slow you!
Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you sneeze or cough! Also avoid touching your eyes, ear canals, nose and mouth. This will help deter the spread of viruses and bacteria. Not touching your face is hard to do so Wash Your Hands and Fight The Flu!.
If you have flu-like symptoms stay home and out of contact with others until you are symptom-free for at least 24 hours. If you must go out, wear a facemask and fight the flu.
People who have the H1N1 flu or are suspected of having the flu should wear a facemask when sharing a home with others, outside the home and especially around children and the elderly. Remember, Wash Your Hands and Fight The Flu!
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