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The local NHS in Liverpool is urging people to do whatever they can to help themselves stay well and avoid unnecessary illnesses this December – particularly with many health services already so stretched this winter.
No one wants to get ill, especially over Christmas – but with the colder weather now here and people spending more time indoors, the number of people becoming unwell is increasing.
This winter there’s a triple risk from flu, covid-19, and RSV, which are all now widely circulating in the local community, and in fact hospitalisations from flu have increased by 80% in the North West over the past week alone.
But here are six simple, proactive steps that everyone can take to help keep themselves and their loved ones well ahead of the festive season:
For lots more advice on staying well this winter, visit: www.nhs.uk/staywell.
Content provided by One Liverpool, a partnership of local health and care organisations working together to support a healthier, happier and fairer Liverpool for all.
Published on Fri, 02 Dec 2022 10:57:48 GMT
Modified on Fri, 02 Dec 2022 12:07:07 GMT
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