Which People Are At The Risk To Have Swine Flu?

Which People Are At The Risk To Have Swine Flu
 
Alex Sam

People who are more at risk from becoming seriously ill with swine flu are people with:

  • Long-term or chronic patients of heart disease.
  • Long-term or chronic patients kidney disease.
  • Long-term or chronic patients liver disease.
  • Long-term or chronic patient of lung disease, including people who have had drug treatment for their asthma within the past three years.
  • Long-term or chronic patients of neurological disease (neurological disorders include motor neurone disease, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis).
  • Long-term or chronic patients of suppressed immune systems, whether caused by disease or treatment.
  • Diabetic patients.
  • Pregnant women.
  • Children under five.
  • People aged 65 or older.