Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Preventive Measures

We were informed by the school about their directives on handling this current prevailing swine flu disease. They asked the parents that if their children are already suffering from fever and some signs of flu it’s better to let the children stay at home to prevent transfer of sickness. This A(H1N1) virus can be transmitted through air the reason why schools are very careful with cases of fever and flu. If the children get sick in school they will be quarantined in one room until their parents arrived to take them home. Children were also instructed to bring alcohol and soap. It’s their precautionary measures to prevent other children from getting the virus and every one should adhere to their new guidelines.

For me their restrictions and guidelines are just right for the prevailing disease around the globe. It’s hard to acquire that disease and those found with this kind of disease gets hospitalized. That’s where hardship begins because it will take you days to be there. I don’t want to stay long in the hospital. It always reminds me of the times when my father gets hospitalized and he complained of dextrose and catheters attached to his body. I don’t like the smell of different medicines and alcohol. My friend would always tell me that I will not be eligible to be a doctor or nurse because of my attitude. Anyway I’m not in that field so there’s nothing to say about it. I don’t want my kids to be hospitalized so I follow some measures for disease prevention and of course prayers are the ultimate protection for them


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