Simple Tips To Prevent Cholera When Traveling

Wash Hands With Treated Water

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Individuals should keep their hands clean as much as possible to avoid getting cholera when traveling. This can be done in many ways, including avoiding accidentally putting their hands in their mouth or rubbing their eyes. Travelers should always wash their hands with treated water and soap before eating or snacking. They should also be sure to wash their hands after using the toilet or latrine, or after coming in contact with animals. Swimming is also a problem, especially if there is not a toilet nearby. Some individuals may have decided to simply go to the bathroom in the water which will spread cholera and make anyone who goes in the water susceptible to it.

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