In the past, people have used antibiotics in response to flu infections.

But that’s not the way the flu pandemic has evolved.

The new round is much different.

For the first time, it’s taking flu drugs to ward off the pandemic.

How do we protect ourselves?

Some drugs, like cipra, can prevent the spread of influenza by suppressing the immune system.

But the new flu drugs aren’t designed to treat the flu.

They’re designed to help the immune systems of the people who are ill.

They work by disrupting the immune response.

They also work by making people sick.

The drugs don’t make the virus spread, but they do disrupt the immune responses of the virus.

And the flu vaccines can help people stay healthy.

In the meantime, some people need to take precautions.

They can’t just take antibiotics to stay well.

They need to know what to do and when to do it.

If you’re in an area where the flu has been detected, you might want to get tested for the flu, too.

If your health care provider tells you to stay home or take antibiotics, you should take them.

If it’s been a few weeks, you can still get tested and stay home.

If the symptoms are severe, you’re likely to need to stay at home for at least a few days to protect yourself.

Some people who have been tested for flu don’t need antibiotics.

Other people might need to be hospitalized for observation and testing.

You might not be able to get flu shots until you have been hospitalized or hospitalized for a week or two.

And some people can’t be tested until they’re in a hospital.

These steps help protect you from the flu and keep you safe.