1000$ to anyone who can bring this virus in

Name- Influenza Virus

Might go under the name "flu"
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Usually known as the "flu", the Influenza Virus is a highly infectious respiratory disease affecting the nose, throat, and lungs. Common symptoms or signs this nasty Virus has attacked include...

  • Fever over 100 degrees
  • Aching muscles
  • Chills
  • Headache
  • Nasal congestion
  • Sore throat
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Influenza's Criminal Tactics

The Influenza Virus travels in the air in droplets when someone with the infection sneezes, coughs, or even talks. You can inhale the droplets directly or pick the germs up from an object. When you start showing symptoms, you can be contagious for 5-10 days depending on the severity of the specific strand and your immunity.

It attacks the body by performing the Lytic Cycle. The Virus attaches to a host cell, injects its DNA into it and through Viral Reproduction, it copies itself taking over the Host Cell. It then explods the Host cell and repeats the process on other Host Cells.

Common Victims

  • Young children under 5, and especially those under 2 years
  • Adults older than 65
  • Residents of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
  • Pregnant women
  • People with weakened immune systems
  • People who have chronic illnesses, such as asthma, heart disease, kidney disease and diabetes
  • People who are very obese, with a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or higher

Influenza's Hideout

The Influenza Virus hides out in the body fluids of your body such as saliva and mucous.


There is typically no injury that falls upon the victims.

Armed and Dangerous?

The Influenza virus is armed and dangerous but will rarely kill it's victims. Influenza can only kill people with weak immune systems such as small children and elderly people. But we still need to bring it in.

Most effective Weapon!

Most effective weapons are...

  • sinks, soap and water (wash your hands constantly after touching objects that are publicly used)
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose, and mouth
  • common sense (avoid contact with people infected with the virus)
  • Germ killing substances
  • Covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze