Sunday, October 25, 2009

First hand account of Flu outbreak

Many of you know that I took another job out in Ass-crack-istan. I want to share my firsthand accounts on my experience with an influenza epidemic. It's not pretty at all. We are all living, pretty much, belly button to butt cheek, in a tent. One of the employees we hired came from a third world country and brought the flu with him.

Two days after he arrived, he began showing symptoms of the flu; chills, fever, and cough. Did he say anything to anybody? Hell NO he didn't. One week after he is here, he is coughing all over everyone, vomiting, and spreading the germs. Today, he comes in with his friends and asks to go to the medic. I take him and after speaking with the doctor, I find out he has an acute infection in his lungs and should be quarantined.

The next day, 1000 am, 3 more show up with the same symptoms...quarantined.

By 2:00 PM, 15 more are getting on a bus to come to my office to see the medic....quarantined.

People, when the SHTF, there will not be any medical professionals available to take care of you and your family. If you haven’t gone out and begun stocking up on Tylenol, decongestants, expectorants, hand so now. Seeing all these people flat on their backs is scary.

Be prepared, practice now because you don't want to get sick and then go to store, only to find the shelves bare.

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