The typical incubation period for influenza is 1—4 days (average: 2 days). Young children shed virus several days before illness onset, and children can be infectious for 10 or more days after onset of symptoms. The best way to prevent flu is to get an annual influenza vaccination. The CDC recommends that all people ages 6 months and older receive the flu vaccine to prevent influenza. Vaccinating children with the influenza vaccine each year helps protect them against flu.
(Remember, norovirus has a one- to two-day incubation period, which means someone can start spreading the germs before they actually have symptoms). Since the virus can linger on hard surfaces for days, it’s important to clean (with a diluted bleach solution) such places as doorknobs, computer keyboards, remote controls, and phones, Read more: http://www.rd.com/slideshows/stomach-flu-prevention/#ixzz3TZKnvLOp
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5 Things You Need to Know About the Flu Incubation Period