Influenza (flu) is a contagious viral respiratory disease caused due to the influenza virus. Its symptoms are fever, headache, vomiting, body pains, etc.
Influenza (flu), also known as seasonal flu, is a communicable viral disease of the respiratory system caused by the influenza virus. The flu is a highly transmissible viral infection, and the virus is transmitted by inhaling respiratory droplets from the infected person when they talk , cough and sneeze.
Flu season, which typically lasts from April to September, varies in severity and length. The most susceptible populations to this disease include young children, the elderly, pregnant women, and those with weakened immune systems.