CDC suggests ways to stay healthy for traveling

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No one wants to be sick over the holidays.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is monitoring respiratory illnesses across the country as increased levels of respiratory illness activity have been reported in some countries. The CDC issued a health alert network advisory to healthcare providers to raise awareness about respiratory illnesses.

New Jersey is reporting a high level of respiratory illnesses, and many people are at risk of becoming sick in the coming months, according to the CDC.

Vaccination rates for COVID-19, influenza, and respiratory syncytial virus are low while elevated levels of respiratory illness are rising as we enter the peak season for respiratory issues, according to the CDC.

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