Walking pneumonia; Chlamydophila pneumoniae; Community-acquired pneumonia - atypical
Wash your hands often and have other people around you do the same.
If your immune system is weak, stay away from crowds. Ask visitors who have a cold to wear a mask.
Get a flu shot every year. Ask your doctor if you need a pneumonia vaccine.
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