Precautions and transmission

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  • A pandemic is a global disease outbreak. A flu pa demic occurs when a new influenza virus emerge for which people have little or no immunity, and f which there is no vaccine. The disease spreads ea ily person-to-person, causes serious illness, and can sweep across the country and around the world in a very short time. It is difficult to predict when the next influenza pandemic will occur or how severe it will be. Wherever and whenever a pandemic starts, every one around the world is at risk.

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  • Once sustained human infection is documented, early in a pandemic, especially before a vaccine is available or during a period of limited supply, HHS may implement travel-related and community-based public health strategies in order to impede the spread of the virus and reduce the number of people infected.

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  • Contact with blood and other body fluids of another person require more intimate exposure than usually occurs in childcare settings. Some infections are spread through contact with contaminated blood with a cut that lets germs into the body. Following standard precautions to remove blood from the environment safely prevents transmission of bloodborne germs. Because it is impossible to know who might have a bloodborne disease, routine use of standard precautions protects everyone against the spread of HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and Hepatitis D.

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