Let us prevent the Swine Flu into Cambodia
The best medicine to swine flu so far is prevention. Let us work together – Cambodians and foreigners in Cambodia – to prevent any spread of the sickness in the provinces. It is not the only duty of authorities but from everybody.
Information is a good way to communicate any tip of protection. Please make the tips available in Khmer language for any community. NGOs, officials, schools and universities, the media, any space of communities in Cambodia, should know all the rules of prevention.
Phone messages, emails, skype, any mean of communication is useful to make the tips available to everybody. Let us stop together the enemy.
No deaths in Cambodia by Swine Flu
- When you cough or sneeze, please cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or handkerchief.
- Please through used tissues and handkerchiefs on correct disposals. Do not let them on the floor, streets, etc.
- Wash your hands and face with soap and water after your cough or sneeze. If you use alcohol-based cleaners, it is better.
- Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouths.
- Clean with alcohol instruments that are used by many people: phones, keyboards, forks, spoons, towels, doors, etc.
Avoid sick people
- Do not get in contact with infected people.
- If you suspect that you are infected, please look immediately for help.
- If you suspect that somebody is infected, please help that person to get in contact with due support. If that person does not accept, please report him/her to the medical authorities.
Hot Number in Cambodia:
089 66 95 67 – 012 488 981
Swine Flu Symptoms
- Sore throat.
- Body aches.
- Shortness of breath.
- Diarrhea (not always).
- Vomiting (not always).
What to do if you have the symptoms before 48 hours of the appearance
- Use antiviral drugs.
This page is under construction. Any observation, suggestion or information is welcome to improve it and help the Cambodian people to avoid the spread of the sickness. We are creating Khmer pages as well. Welcome links and other documents.
Special care for
- HIV patients.
- Persons with malnutrition.