Wednesday, April 29, 2009

pig fever

Do these pigs look feverish to you?

Today the Human Resources department forwarded the entire office a Swine Flu Newsletter. It’s pretty comprehensive. My favorite section is titled: “What should I do if I am in regular contact with pigs?”

Swine Flu Newsletter offers helpful tips for how to avoid contracting or spreading swine flu, such as:
“Cover your mouth and nose with disposable tissues when coughing and sneezing and dispose of the used tissues properly.”
“If there is an ill person at home, try to provide the ill person a separate section in the house. If this is not possible, keep the patient at least 1 meter in distance from others.”
“Take care to cover your nose and mouth during travel.”

I can’t wait for next week’s issue of Swine Flu Newsletter, which I’m sure will feature tips on stocking your pandemic bunker and step-by-step instructions on how to throw your ailing loved ones into a pit of quicklime.

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