No handshaking please!

no handshaking

That’s the simplest way to reduce the risk of getting infected by the H1N1 virus.

You will not only save the world by x number of infected persons, but you will also be limiting the number of times that you have to wash your hands.

Of course, there are so much ways to ensure that you are taking no risks, but I am sure that you are fed up of all those things talked in the newspaper, tv, radios and some sites.

Do like me (on my office desk)!

Sure, some people will “guet r gros liziers” but don’t care about them! Protect yourself first!

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  1. Hi guys,
    can anyone let me know about the situation in Mauritius about swine flu?
    How many cases are there? and what are those people being given? is it tamiflu?
    Yeah the best thing to do is hygienic precautions.. washing up ur hands frequently i would say… coz its not only by touching somebody else’s hands actually, its by touching any surface that is contaminated… when someone coughs or sneezes, those germs stay on that surface for hours even though the person is gone… so..
    One other thing is not to touch ur eyes, nose or ears before washing ur hands.. coz if ur hands are “dirty”, its so easy for the germs to get into our body..
    🙂

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    1. @Shameerah : Around 30 confirmed cases, 3 dead (indirectly related to H1N1), only 6 people can be tested per day (equipment limitation), 1 confirmed case in Rodrigues, Tamiflu given to most serious cases only.

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  2. C’est ce qui ressort d’un communiqué émis, le soir du 14 août, par le ministère de la Santé. Celui-ci concède que la pandémie est plus grave que les cas avérés.

    A hier 14 août, 33 cas avérés à Maurice et 1 à Rodrigues ont été recensés. A ce stade, trois décès liés à la Grippe A H1N1 ont été répertoriés dans le pays.

    http://www.lexpress.mu/Story/5138~Grippe-A–le-nombre-de-cas-avérés-est-plus-important-que-ceux-répertoriés-jusqu-ici

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