There are two kinds of flu vaccines, a vaccine that helps you to fight the virus and a vaccine for other reasons, according to experts.
There is a vaccine made for people who already have a cold and the flu vaccine that is designed to be given to those who don’t.
This article explains the difference between them.
In case you are not yet sure which kind of vaccine you need, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases recommends that you take the vaccine for a few weeks after the flu season starts.
If you can get the vaccine by that point, you will not need to take the second one, but if you don’t have a flu shot, you can start taking the second after the first is ready.
The flu vaccine is the mainstay of healthcare workers and other people with weakened immune systems, and is given as a shot.
It is usually given as an injection of a small needle into the arm or thigh.
You get the flu shot from a doctor or a healthcare worker.
The vaccine is administered by a healthcare professional, who will insert the needle into your arm.
The nurse or doctor will inject the shot into your body.
This injection is taken from the arm and travels through the veins to the area of your body where the flu virus is hiding.
The shot may be given in two or three doses depending on how much you are taking.
The dose is taken for three to four days, depending on your body’s immune system.
After that, the body’s response to the shot is over.
When you are able to get your second shot, your body will not be able to fight off the flu.
This means you can be more contagious, especially during the cold months, and will get a higher number of people infected.
If you are infected with the flu, it is important to avoid sharing needles or other personal belongings to reduce the chance of catching the virus.
Before you can take a flu vaccination, your doctor or healthcare worker will give you a physical exam to make sure your body is healthy.
This can include checking for any signs of infection.
Your doctor or nurse will also ask you questions about your flu symptoms, including how long you have been ill and how well you are feeling.
They will also take blood tests to make certain you are healthy and not infected with any viruses.
During the flu vaccination process, your blood tests will also be taken.
You will be asked to fill out a form that contains questions about what you ate for breakfast, lunch and dinner, your height, weight and your general health.
Once the doctor or health worker has completed the forms, they will call you to come to the exam room.
This is where they will take your blood and test you for the flu viruses.
You will need to stay home and keep a clean room while they do this.
They will take samples of your blood for the testing, and they will give a report to your doctor if they find a virus.
You can tell if you are vaccinated by seeing if you have a positive test result, or if you had a negative result.
If you have already been vaccinated, the test results can help determine whether you are actually getting the right shot.
If the test shows you are the right type, the vaccine will be given.
If it shows that you are more likely to be infected with a virus, the vaccination will be stopped and you will need the second shot.
It is important that you tell your doctor, nurse or healthcare professional about any possible health problems, like colds or high fever.
You may also be asked about your health before or after the shot, or you can ask to be tested for any flu symptoms.
People who are vaccinated can be contagious for up to a week after their first shot, but it is not known how long it will take for the virus to go away.
It is normal for the body to react differently to a shot given with different doses.
If someone has a cold or fever, they may feel sick for longer.
This could be due to the different type of vaccine, the timing of the shot or other factors.
When you get a second shot of the flu shots, you should stay home until your body has recovered from the cold and flu.
After the second vaccine, your symptoms will probably return to normal.