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Influenza Notice

This is from City Hall, regarding Influenza Outbreak in the City (Alert).

As a result of a survey of outbreaks in the city (October 2-8), the number of influenza cases reported

per fixed point was 11.78, which is above the alert level of 10.

We know that you are taking measures to prevent infectious diseases

on a daily basis, but we would like to ask for your cooperation in

thoroughly implementing basic measures to prevent infectious diseases

by referring to the attached materials.

Preventive Measures against Influenza ● To prevent influenza  Be sure to wash your hands when you return home.  Avoid crowded places during an epidemic and wear a mask when going out.  Try to get enough sleep and rest and keep yourself in good physical condition.  Consult with your doctor and get a flu shot to prevent serious illness. ● The key word is "cough etiquette.  If you have symptoms of coughing or sneezing, be sure to wear a mask.  If you do not have a mask, hold your mouth and nose with a handkerchief and turn your face away from others.  Read the instructions and wear a mask correctly. ● If you catch the flu  Visit a medical institution as soon as possible.  Wear a mask when visiting a medical institution.  Get enough rest. (According to the School Health and Safety Law, you must stay at home for 5 days after the onset of illness and for 2 days (3 days for infants) after the fever has decreased.  Be aware of abnormal behavior regardless of the type of anti-influenza medication or whether or not you are taking it. Be careful!

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