There are reports that the deadly Ebola virus is now affecting people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
This makes it the fifth African country where this devastating virus is claiming lives.
The other countries include Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone where thousands of lives have already been lost because of the virus. And the World Health Organisation (WHO) says the virus “has the upper hand” at the moment and there's a struggle to contain it.
While you might think we're safe down here at the Southern point of Africa, hundreds of thousands of kilometres away from the current devastation, you never know what could happen in the coming weeks.
That's why it's better for you to prepare yourself to face anything that comes your way. And it'll be easier to protect your health if you have the means and know how…
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Use these four tips to protect yourself from the spread of viruses like Ebola
#1: Good hygiene is of utmost importance
Washing your hands with soap and water is an essential habit to get into throughout the day. Whenever you touch a surface where there’s potential contamination of germs, wash your hands before you move on.
#2: Don’t travel to the countries where there’s an outbreak
Refrain from going on business trips or holidays to the areas mentioned above until the WHO has the outbreak under control.
#3: Don’t eat undercooked wild bush meat
It appears that the Ebola virus transfers to humans from animals. And one of the main culprits is eating infected meat. You should thoroughly wash any meat you cook with that doesn’t come from typical sources you can trust. Also, be sure to cook it until well done, don’t eat it rare.
#4: Avoid contact with others’ body fluid and blood
Never touch someone else who is bleeding. And don’t touch any one else’s body fluids if you don’t know their medical history. Even if they aren’t carrying the Ebola virus, there are millions of other conditions that transfer through body fluids and blood. It’s essential that you’re aware of this and protect yourself accordingly.
These tips aren’t only for you to know when it comes to Ebola! They can help protect you from a variety of other infectious diseases too.