One teaspoon Hershey’s cocoa, one tablespoon of instant decaffeinated coffee, dash of cinnamon and few tablespoons of half and half. Put it all in your favourite 2 cup mug: “It’s Not the Journey, It’s Who You’re Travelling With”. I will enjoy my cuppa with a good talk on the phone with my sister!
When living in or traveling to a region where Ebola virus is widespread, there are a number of ways to protect yourself and prevent the spread of EVD. Practicing good hand hygiene is an effective method in preventing the spread of dangerous germs, like the Ebola virus.
— Read on www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/prevention/index.html
Those who need to travel would do well to pay attention to these strict prevention rules. Anyone living in DRC would do well to follow the same rules. There is never enough awareness or prevention in the DRC: supportive effort is much appreciated in any country with an outbreak.
Please, support the effort. The ongoing Ebola epidemic does not go away without awareness, hard work and sufficient resources. Many groups are maintaining a great effort to help work through the mounting complexities of the war torn community which is still in jeopardy.