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Fly in Good Health

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Friday, 11 Aug 2017 01:34 PM Current | Bio | Archive

It’s a known fact that airplane seats are the dirtiest, germ-filled areas, along with the re-circulated air that hits your face for the entire flight.

What can you do?

Bring alcohol pads or odorless sanitizer and clean the armrests, buckle, food tray, remote control, and TV screen. Turn off the air nozzle, and thus you will not get a blast of germ-filled air your entire flight.

If you are sick, don’t travel. If you have to travel, use a mask that stops virus-size particles from being released into the air.

After all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Just be vigilant and care for yourself. Do not get scared, and do not scare others.

Take all the measures I have given you, and you will weather the flu like the majority of people, without a hitch.

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