WHO is urging people to take the flu shot and to call their doctor for a flu shot.
The WHO said in a statement on Thursday that people should seek medical attention for any symptoms they may have, including:A rash or runny nose that spreads to the face or throat, or fever or runic or tingling on the skin.
A cough that is not wheezing or is not severe or persistent.
A headache, chest pain or a light or rapid heart rate.
A fever of 103 to 104.5.
A sharp, shallow or watery stinging or itching of the skin, eyes or lips.
A sore throat that is less severe than the usual flu symptoms, such as a runny or runchy nose or throat.
If symptoms last for more than 24 hours, or if symptoms are severe enough to require hospitalization, seek emergency medical attention immediately.
The WHO said it will also give advice to people who are taking a second shot to help them stay healthy.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has advised Americans to take at least two doses of the flu vaccine as recommended, even though the U.K. and France have already started to use the vaccine.
It said it is not unusual for flu shots to be given out in batches of two, and some people are getting them out at a higher rate.
The CDC also warned that some vaccines have been contaminated with flu viruses and are not yet effective.
Some vaccine makers say that because the U,S.
and EU have used a different flu vaccine to combat the virus, they have less of an effect.
The vaccine that is being used in the U to combat H5N1 is not the flu version that has been recommended for use by the U., EU and Canada.