The third is to cover your cough and sneeze with tissues or together with your sleeve. And the 4th is to get vaccinated against flu – particularly if you’re in a targeted populace, Schuchat said.. CDC: Nothing Typical about 2009 Flu Although there’s been a minimal drop since the other day, 43 states are still reporting widespread H1N1 flu activity and there have been 15 more confirmed H1N1-related deaths, a top official with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday. Dr. Anne Schuchat, the chief health officer for H1N1 response with the CDC, said it was impossible to predict the way the flu season would play out since there is certainly nothing typical about this year’s influenza.The music is lovely and the landscapes is serene. Slow movement pictures enhances the aura of bliss. You feel good. These people keep on moving joyfully through lifestyle as the quick and delicate voice in the backdrop ‘warns’ you that the medication being promoted could cause you to collapse dead while bending over the toilet to puke out your liver. You pause in a barely visible moment of misunderstandings at the incongruence of everything, then go back to watching the shiny, happy people.