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Posted on February 14, 2008 by birdflunewsflash
If the WHO declares a pandemic, Americans who are overseas should be prepared to remain in country for an extended period.
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You should avoid non-essential travel beyond your home and workplace and you should limit activities that could expose you to others who may be ill.
reat blog from the blogs section of – – –
Based on varying conditions abroad, Americans should prepare contingency plans and emergency supplies (non-perishable food, potable water or water-purification supplies, medication, etc.) for the possibility of remaining in country for at least two and up to twelve weeks.
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Visit www.pandemicflu.gov to see examples of comprehensive planning checklists for individuals, businesses, schools, and other groups.
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During a pandemic, people should practice social distancing measures such as teleworking, limiting face-to-face meetings, avoiding crowds, and maintaining a distance of six (6) feet or more from other people.
“whoever wrote this has never been to China. Probably only in Tibet, Xinjiang, or Inner Mongolia could one possibly get more than 6 feet away from another human being…
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Source: GlobalizeThis. A great blog
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