THE SIMIAN FLU & YOU

Everything you need to know about the Simian Flu.

Knowledge is Power

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WHO'S AT RISK

The speed that Simian Flu symptoms manifest depends on your health, level of exposure and age. If you see someone who shows signs of illness, it’s best to stay away.

How it Spreads

  • Airborne
  • Direct Contact
  • Indirect Contact

WORLDWIDE SIMIAN FLU PROJECTION

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PLEASE NOTE: the above is a scientific projection and not actual events.

COULD WE CONTAIN AN OUTBREAK?

We are working for an international policy to defend against an outbreak. Studies suggest population density, distance from airports, infection control practises and geography all affect the spread of infectious diseases. These and other factors need to be addressed by governments globally.

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KNOW THE SYMPTOMS

Speed of symptoms can differ, but generally 48 hours after infection a person will experience severe headache, sore throat, weakness, fever, joint pain. After 96 hours the symptoms include nausea, vomiting, red eyes, raised rash, chest pain and cough. After 7 days symptoms escalate quickly to stomach pain, severe weight loss and bleeding from nose, mouth and eyes.

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    SEVERE HEADACHE, SORE THROAT, WEAKNESS, FEVER AND JOINT PAIN
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    NAUSEA, VOMITING, RED EYES, RAISED RASH, CHEST PAIN AND COUGH
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    STOMACH PAIN, SEVERE WEIGHT LOSS AND BLEEDING FROM NOSE, MOUTH AND EYES

HOW CAN I PROTECT MYSELF

  • Wear A Mask
  • Minimize Contact
  • Avoid Public Spaces
  • Do Not Congregate

PROTECT YOURSELF & HUMANITY.

Knowledge is Power