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We have done nothing, will do nothing and continue our general apathy and malaise towards the fear mongering until such a time as it even remotely appears justified. You have a better chance of contracting the Hunta virus sniffing the mouse turds in your tool shed than this so stop panicking.
Interesting thread and one which I think all dojos should take a look at. Unfortunately, our dojo has not taken any precautions for the swine flu and we have not given any kind of instruction to have students stay home when they exhibit signs of the flu. Has anyone else created some sort of protocal to warn parents and students about the swine flu and instructing them to stay home if they suspect they may have the virus?
Well, we are a school housed dojo so we had to suspend keiko for around 2 weeks as all schools where closed. Horrible time. I just logged into MSN and all my dojo mates were online with screen names of the "Need... Keiko... bogu... No longer stinks..." variety. Huge overreaction IMHO.
With H1N1 concerns in the public, how are your dojos handling it? Are you recommending that students who feel sick or are recently coming from an affected area hold off on coming to keiko? Have any of you sent out any notices?
Wear have you been ???
please refer to(Flames) training with the threat of Infection
and good luck
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