You never know; maybe we will actually learn something useful
This is about to be the most pointless class ever!
OH NO! Two-eyed Hopper has the flu.
Excuse me Mrs. Johnson, I don't feel good.
Classes at Monsters Disease University have begun after an outbreak of the flu took over Monsters Inc. Everyone who was not diagnosed with the flu has to attend classes to see how they can prevent another outbreak of this virus.
Okay Two-eyed Hopper; go home for the day. But, with our fierce fighters the macrophages, antibodies, inflammatory police, and tough t-cells; you'll be back in no time
One-eyed Joe is not too thrilled to be here; however, Slithery Sarah is optimistic about the class.
Vaccines protect Vicious Virus from entering the body.
Once arrived in the classroom, Two-eyed Hopper begins to feel sick and starts to experience symptoms of the flu.
Yes! Great Job!
So the inflammatory police are telling Two-eyed Hopper's body something is wrong because he has a fever and aching pain?
Two-eyed Hopper goes home for the day and Mrs. Johnson, as well as One-eyed Joe and Slithery Sarah move to a new room without the germs.
Mrs. Johnson explains that monsters can be safe from getting the flu if they get the flu vaccine. A vaccine is a specific defense system that is specifically for the flu.
So they save the day before a monster can even get sick; that so cool!
Now, if a monster has not received the vaccine and is in contact with someone who has the flu, they still have their inflammatory police that have their back. They notify the body by heat, swelling, pain, and redness.