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I had to take a flu break. "When I got the flu, my mom kept me home. I missed school, church and soccer practice. I couldn't see my friends at school and on the team, but my mom said I was helping others by not spreading my flu germs."

Since the flu can make some people really sick, or even kill them, everyone ought to stay home and see a doctor when they get sick.


Staying home when you have the flu is one
way to help others from getting sick.
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“I had to take a flu break”: Print Versions, Original Graphics, and Translations

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8½” x 11”
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English54 KB, 1 page200 KB356 KB
Spanish54 KB, 1 page200 KB356 KB

11” x 8½”
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English54 KB, 1 page200 KB696 KB
Spanish54 KB, 1 page200 KB696 KB

8½” x 14”
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