How to avoid the viral flu pandemic

Daily morning sickness is spreading fast in Europe.

But a deadly flu pandemics’ effects on our country’s health and wellbeing is not yet known.

As more and more people are falling ill, many worry that the virus will be worse than the pandemic that swept through the world, and they’re rightly worried.

This is why we’re taking the lead in making sure everyone gets the vaccinations they need before they become sick.

The first wave of vaccines for people who can’t afford to pay is now in place.

It’s a simple two-dose series of shots that includes a booster shot in the second half of 2018.

If you or someone you know is at risk of becoming sick, please get your shots now.

The next batch will be ready for public use in late October.

You can buy the vaccine online and pick it up at your local health centre.

For everyone else, you’ll need to get it from a doctor, who will provide it to you at the same time.

If your doctor has already provided you with the shots, they can also send them directly to you.

For those who can afford to get them, we’re providing a £10 discount to anyone who wants to get a two-shot series of vaccines in early 2018.

If you’re over the age of 60, you can get your second shot from a GP or a pharmacist.

This will give you a booster for the first two months.

This should give you enough time to get the shots for yourself and others who need them.

If the shots haven’t been given to you yet, your GP or pharmacist can give you an additional dose of the vaccine as a first step.

The second dose of vaccine is usually given in a booster pack at your GP’s or pharma-store, and then another booster pack in a month’s time.

You can also get a full vaccine series in a bottle or capsule from a pharmacare clinic, or from a pharmacy.

People who have had a child vaccinated can also receive a booster dose from their GP.

Anyone who needs a flu shot should get one, and anyone who can pay will get a booster vaccine.

All people who need a flu vaccine can get it at their GP, or at their local pharmacy.

There’s no cost for people with health conditions or who are older than 60.

And anyone who is aged over 65 or has health conditions should get a second dose from a licensed healthcare professional.

The vaccination is administered in a private setting where you are not seen or seen by anyone else, or if it’s required to give you the vaccine.

So, while the first round of vaccines will be coming in at a later date, everyone should get their shots now if they can afford them.

The first two shots will be available in late 2018, and the final shot in October.

This is a great opportunity for people to get vaccinated, so please help spread the word and spread the news.

We want to make sure everyone is protected, so spread the message and get your vaccination as soon as possible.

Help us keep the vaccine outbreak under control.