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Initially we planned to take our kids there during this summer, but that has gotta be canceled.


rockdjch said...

It seems to me that you've already made up your mind, but let me tell you this. I've been undergoing chemo for cancer since January and at high risk for any infection. The doctor has told me that if I get a fever, I go to the emergency room. Has it stopped me from going to high-populated places? Heck no! I've been to festivals and concerts and sports games without a worry. This swine flu scare is much overrated and has been blown way out of proportion and, if you keep your hands washed regularly, you shouldn't have anything to worry about. Cancelling a fun trip for your family because of this so-called epidemic is overreacting in my opinion. You're just giving the whole hype of this thing a little extra fuel by being paranoid. If you were to go to the park, would you be worried about your kids getting the swine flu from the swings? If you went to the grocery store, would you be worried about touching the handle of your grocery cart? It's no different than going to your normal places, except there are more people, but think of how big a theme park is... My point is, don't give this hype more power than it deserves because once you entertain the media hype on this is the moment you stop enjoying your life.

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Just do what you'd normally do after the loo. Wash your hands, catch it bin it kill it etc
I personally wouldn't go near mexico or the like, but its up to you of course weather you think you'll be alright if you do go.

bibus75 said...

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended that if you must go out in communities with known active cases of the Novel H1N1 flu avoid crowded places.

Stephen said...

Have no fears at all.
The "pandemic" is being contained, and you should have no problems at all!
You're fine, there's nothing to worry about.

Rocky180 said...

Sure, just be safe. Wash your hands frequently, especially since you'll be touching things. Don't let anyone sneeze or cough on you. Don't share drinks with strangers. You should be okay.

nonolitt said...

yeah its sort of safe! There is always a risk when you are surrounded by people to catch something. The regular flu is More in circulation than h1n1

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