Medically at risk

People with particular medical conditions are at greater risk of severe flu.

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Aboriginal people

Many Aboriginal people are at higher risk of severe flu and chest infections that lead to hospitalisation.

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Young people

Flu can spread quickly in places where large numbers of young people are in close contact with each other.

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Workplaces

Businesses

Information and resources on preventing the spread of flu in the workplace.
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Families

Families

Information for families about preventing flu and how to stop spreading it to other people.

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Schools and child care

Information and resources on managing flu in schools and children’s services.
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Health professionals

Information, guidelines and resources on vaccination, infection prevention and control, treatment, and diagnosis.

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Residential care facilities

Information and resources for residential care facilities.

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Surveillance reports

NSW Health monitors influenza activity and provides regular surveillance reports.

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Pandemic preparedness

Information and resources to help prepare for the next influenza pandemic.

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Page Updated: Tuesday 9 August 2016