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The flu and you: What to expect if you get infected

“The flu affects different people in different ways depending on the virus, the person and their comorbidity,” explains Dokter Ted van Essen. “Some people get no symptoms at all while others may need to be hospitalised within a day.”

Join Dokter Ted van Essen as he takes us through the classical flu experience. We start from day one when the virus has just entered your airways.

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