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“It’s very contagious,” Ovitt said. “You can pick it up just walking through public places, by breathing in the germs.”
Symptoms, which typically last from three-seven days, may include fever, sore throat, chills, fatigue, cough, headache and muscle aches.
These symptoms combined are generally an indication one has the flu, Ovitt said, and the body aches can be widespread.
“It could be body aches in the back, legs, neck and arms and headaches,” she said. “Some people even complain of their hair hurting.”