Note the date you sent this to me.
I just happened to come across it and wondering if you changed your mind about getting the flu shot and if you got one for this year?
Yes, I agree with you about the current CorV19 and that it could easily develop into an epidemic of major proportions,
but compared to other episodes like this,
it seems pretty well under control at present time.
Not nearly as bad as SAR's, or the others.
I do believe in a coming pandemic, but more like ebola that could mutate and cause a global disaster,
which is really a scary one.
I quit getting a flu shot a few years ago.
I don't know who makes it.
Do politicians and rich people get the same flu shot as me?
I hear reports of bad reactions.
Adjuvants such as thimerasol contain mercury toxin etc.
I Need more info
On Mar 30, 2019, at 11:05, Richard
Interesting study about the flu season.
Best to get the flu shot in October, as recommeded, even though it isn't the correct strain.
I believe the Infectuous Disease Center in Atlanta does a pretty good job each season in determining which strain to watch out for.
Subject: flu cold prevent
seems you need heat and humidity
galveston florida gulf coast has it all
maybe too much
hawaii probably ideal