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Post by on Monday, November 29, 2021

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Get vaccinated 
??Getting a flu shot every year to prevent seasonal influenza. The flu is a common cause of pneumonia, so preventing the flu is a good way to prevent pneumonia.
??Children younger than 5 and adults 65 and older-- who are at increased risk of getting pneumonia should get vaccinated against pneumococcal pneumonia, a common form of bacterial pneumonia. 
??The pneumococcal vaccine is also recommended for all children and adults who are at increased risk of pneumococcal disease due to other health conditions.
?? Children should remain upto date regarding vaccination as per immunization schedule. Hib vaccine should be encouraged, which prevents pneumonia in children from Haemophilus influenza type B.
??There are several other vaccines that can prevent infections by bacteria and viruses that may lead to pneumonia, including pertussis (whooping cough), chicken pox and measles.
?? Getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19
??Washing Your Hands Regularly
Wash your hands frequently, especially after blowing your nose, going to the bathroom, and before eating or preparing foods.
??Don't smoke
Tobacco damages your lung's ability to fight off infection, and smokers have been found to be at higher risk of getting pneumonia.
?? Avoiding second hand smoke by adopting necessary precautions
?? Avoiding industrial smoke by adopting necessary precautions
?? Avoiding dust by adopting necessary precautions 
?? Adopting good health habits like —a healthy diet, rest, regular exercise, etc that can help you from getting sick from viruses and respiratory illnesses.
??Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces that are touched a lot
??Coughing or sneezing into a tissue or into your elbow or sleeve
??Taking good care of medical conditions (like asthma, obstructive lung diseases, diabetes, or heart disease)

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