Influenza in Europe: Protect yourself and those around you

The flu has to be taken seriously — each year, around 10% of us are infected, and influenza-related complications cause hundreds of thousands of hospitalisations all across Europe. Young children and older people as well as those with chronic conditions suffer the most, but even perfectly healthy young people are at risk.

Influenza expert Kari Johansen from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control explains how to reduce the risk of getting influenza or transmitting it to others.

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