If you think you’re protected from the flu by wearing sunscreen, you’re wrong.
The virus spreads most efficiently on the skin, and there’s little evidence that it spreads from the air to your eyes.
And despite the hype about sunblock, the scientific evidence for sunblock’s efficacy is pretty mixed.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that, although most people who have had sunburns and sunburned skin don’t need sunblock to avoid catching the virus, it may not be the best way to prevent sunburn.
The sunblock doesn’t prevent the virus from spreading, and some studies have suggested that it actually exacerbates sunburn, making it harder to get the virus out.
The vaccine The vaccine is designed to protect people from both the virus and the vaccine, but it also protects the vaccine’s makers, Pfizer.
In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, Pfizers researchers tested the vaccine against the strains of herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2) that can cause genital herpes.
The study found that the vaccine prevented 90% of HSV-1 cases and 92% of outbreaks.
However, it also prevented 95% of people who had been exposed to the HSV2 strains from getting the virus.
The researchers noted that the study was small and was designed to test the efficacy of a vaccine against two different strains of the virus but that the findings should not be interpreted to mean that the vaccines are safe to use.
In addition, they cautioned that this study was not a randomised controlled trial.
However it is important to note that Pfizer and the CDC have conducted a similar study, and the results from that study have been published in peer-reviewed journals.
The vaccines themselves can be quite expensive, so a vaccine is unlikely to become a universal measure of protection against HSV.
But Pfizer says that they have been able to reduce the cost of the vaccine by almost 80%.
What happens if you get herpes and the virus isn’t eliminated?
While the vaccine has helped protect you from HSV, you can still be at risk if you have HSV if you haven’t yet been exposed.
This happens when you are exposed to a new strain of HSN, or a new virus.
In other words, HSV is transmitted from person to person and can also be passed on to a child who is not yet born.
This is why it’s important to have a test before getting your vaccination, as the virus can also hide in your body.
Some vaccines can be tested for the virus before being administered, but the risk of HSNV-2 is highest if the vaccine is given as part of a vaccination series.
The most common reason for not getting your vaccine is if you: don’t get a booster shot