Every year, the contagious viruses get more vicious and persistent. Once it’s in through the door, it doesn’t get out until it knocks down the last person in the household. Today’s flu is not your mom’s flu either. It’s monster truck flu.
- Sneeze into the crook of your arm, instead of palm.
- Wash hands (and face), first thing after entering the house when you come from outside.
- Take off outside clothes and change into inside clothes at home.
- Take off clothing immediately entering the house after a visit to doctor’s or pediatricians office. Take a shower if possible.
- After using public transportation, wash or sanitize hands.
- Use a paper towel to dry hands at gatherings and events during flu season.
- Ask your children’s teacher to teach the kids to use the crook of their arm, instead of palm when sneezing and to wash hands frequently.
- Remind your children not to share food, drink, cutlery, water bottle etc. with their friends.
- Stay far away from sneezing people. Do not shake hands, or worse hug or kiss.
- Avoid touching your face for no reason out of habit.
- Keep your immune system strong to give a fighting chance to your metabolism against viruses.
Please share your must-obey precautions to keep viruses away?
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