With the flu season at its peak, Seminole State College of Florida’s Office of Safety and Security is encouraging all members of the College community to do their part to reduce the spread of the virus.
“We know that flu season peaks in January and February, so we’re asking employees and students to help us maintain a healthy work and learning environment,” says Maxine Oliver, director of safety, security and risk management at Seminole State. “Taking precautions such as getting a flu shot, washing your hands regularly and staying home if you exhibit flu-like symptoms can greatly help in keeping you and/or others from catching the virus.”
The Office of Safety and Security offers these tips to help prevent the flu from spreading:
For more information about flu preparation and prevention, please visit www.flu.gov.
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