flu preparation, work place, community, avian influenza pandemic
Yes, we can expect our lives to be “touched” by an avian influenza pandemic. Our diets and daily routines will be altered, and the concern of all of us will be to protect ourselves and our families. Since we don’t know how serious the pandemic may be in our communities, it only pays to prepare. Advance planning can make our homes safe and comfortable. It’s not an overwhelming task, and there are many guidelines to help. Look at it this way: The better we are prepared, the better we will respond and rebound, and when it’s all over, the better and stronger will be our families, community, and state.
Cassel, E. Kim, "Pandemic Flu Preparation:
The Workplace and the Community" (2006). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 410.