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Disney and H1N1 prevention tips?

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    I just saw this video about H1N1 and Disney: [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbdQCHUH3IU"]YouTube - It's A Small World: Disney & The H1N1 Virus[/ame]

    Does anyone have H1N1 flu prevention tips for Disney theme park visits? I remember seeing some articles about this a while ago. Is there any other information available?

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    Re: Disney and H1N1 prevention tips?

    Just found one, let me know if there is more information -- Swine flu prevention tips for Disney travel

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      Re: Disney and H1N1 prevention tips?

      Best solution...if you are eligible...is to get vaccinated.

      Besides that, if all people were to cough / sneeze into their sleeve and to wash their hands properly, those actions alone would work wonders.

      But aside from vaccination, when you are in a crowded situation like a Disney Park there will always be a higher risk of airborne diseases, regardless of precautions.
      Down with the Hat

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        Re: Disney and H1N1 prevention tips?

        Best one is to get vaccinated.
        DisneyTwins
        Since May 2003

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