Buyers are encouraged to buy the toys before they sell out and avoid buying them when they are cheap, as the price of chicken toys can soar.
They are also advised to buy new toys for younger children, and to avoid buying any new toys as they will make them sick.
The CPSC recommends that parents buy only a small amount of toys for each child, and the CPSC also recommends parents avoid buying toys that contain the flu-causing bacteria norovirus, noroviruses can be transmitted from one person to another, and can be deadly if they are handled by someone who is not vaccinated.
The new rules are a response to the introduction of the UK’s first flu vaccine in 2018, which was developed by Merck and GSK.
More than 5.5 million people in the UK had their vaccinations cancelled by the vaccine, which contained noroviral vaccines.