Does The Flu Need A Better Marketing Team?
Before I begin this post, I’d like to drop this in here.
I’m not a doctor or scientist. I don’t have a clue how deadly or serious Corona is. I’m just a blogger that runs a sports website. All I know is that I’ve been doing a lot of reading. Somebody has to teach this Corona a lesson here eventually. If you’re offended by this, don’t try to act like you know how serious it is. You don’t know and neither do I. We gotta make some sort of content out of it cause it’s either this or Tom Brady. I, for one, can’t hear another word about how people should pretend that Tom Brady has any value on the free agent market.
All I know is that the Influenza Virus needs a better marketing team. It’s election season. Corona seems to be running away with the primary votes. It’s time we step in here and get the Flu back in the race. Here are some basic facts about the Flu and why you should consider voting for the Influenza Virus.
Approximately 56,000 people each year die from the Flu.
Flu season is between October and May.
The Flu is contagious before symptoms start.
You can still get the flu after vaccination.
Older people and people with underlying health problems can die from the virus.
I’m not a doctor or a scientist, but it sounds like Corona is pretty similar. If I’m the flu, I’m pissed. New kid on the block Corona is getting all the attention. Meanwhile, the Influenza Virus whips out people every year and nobody is paying it any attention. All I know is the original deserves more respect. The Influenza Virus is not to be messed with. It sounds like both viruses are most serious for older individuals. Let’s pay the original more respect. If the flu ever knocks on my door and needs some help getting more votes this election season, I’m here. Vote for Flu, we were here first. It’s time they get a new marketing strategy. What that strategy is to be determined.