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What is the ground reality there, how is routine life affected?

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ChampDog said...

I had the same doubt with you and now I'm in Europe travelling around countries. I think the most important thing are the following:
(1) Make your immune system stronger. Vitamin C is the key. Eat a lot of fruits and vegetables.
(2) Drink a lot of water.
(3) Try to have enough sleep (sometimes it could be hard when travelling).
(4) Take care your hygiene. Wash your hand with soap or detergent whenever is possible.
(5) Avoid crowded area. (I don't think that is possible during travel so step 1 - 4 are still best methods)
Hope it helps. Take care! :)

red_red_ said...

Life has not been affected in the slightest. The newspapers are screaming "WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE!!!!" but us normal people are just walking around oblivious and carefree. It's no worse than regular flu. Londoners are some of the most resilient people on the planet - life carried on as normal during the Blitz, and everybody was back on the tube the day after the 7/7 bombings. A bout of bad colds is the least of our worries!

Anonymous said...

oh please, don't get sucked in by the media hysteria ... we're not all walking round in decontamination suits and our faces covered in masks ... and people are not dropping dead in the street
every country has the swine flu virus, it's a PANdemic

ladydrea said...

It's perfectly FINE. Life in London right now is the same as it is everywhere else. Nobody's freaking out about swine flu there, nor in the US.
My mom and I went to London in May and it was great!

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