The best way to keep them safe is to keep them away from the germs that pass the virus completely.
When flu season comes around, two groups are always in more danger of the virus: Young children and the elderly.
The Centers for Disease Control reports this year, there have been 63 pediatric deaths linked to the flu nation-wide. But the highest hospitalization rate belongs to the elderly.
So, how do you keep your loved ones safe?
When it comes to the elderly, preparation is key. The best way to keep them safe is to keep them away from the germs that pass the virus, completely.