You don’t have to shake hands – Don Jazzy, Ruggedman campaign against Ebola virus




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You don't have to shake hands – Don Jazzy, Ruggedman campaign against Ebola virus
You don’t have shake hands – Don Jazzy, Ruggedman campaign against Ebola virus
Don Jazzy and rapper, Rugged Man, have taken their different social network pages educate their followers the Ebola Virus.

The Mavin boss, Don Jazzy urged his fans avoid places where there have been recent outbreaks of the disease, adding ‘shaking of hands’ be completely avoided.

“I have been quarantined. But do we even shake hands? necessary. Or better still use sanitizer and wash hands regularly soap if you must shake hands,” he wrote .

Rugged Man the other hand, advised Nigerians to imbibe the habit of washing their hands “more than regularly ,” to prevent them from contracting the virus. He further noted health authorities ought to track down the nurse, doctors and other medical who examined Sawyer on arrival in .

“I heard the first case of the Ebola virus has been reported in Lagos. Please be careful and always wash your hands well.

“How about the nurse and doctor that examined the Liberian before realising that he had contracted Ebola virus? Do we have health sections at borders?” he tweeted. [eap_ad_2] This is coming in days after a Liberian infected by the dreaded Ebola virus was confirmed dead in a Lagos hospital.

The World Health Organisation has said that though there is no specific for Ebola, those diagnosed the virus could recover appropriate medical care.

Here are some precautions to help prevent infection and spread of Ebola virus:

*Wash your hands frequently soap and water or use alcohol-based hand rubs when soap and water is available.

*Avoid bush meat. In developing countries, wild animals, including non-human primates, are sold in local markets. Avoid buying or eating them. Avoid contact with infected people too.

*Besides, avoid contact with the (infected) person’ body fluids and tissues, including blood, semen, vaginal secretions and saliva. Don’t handle remains of victims. Only trained personnel do so.

*Always be sure to wear special protective clothing, including gown, gloves, full face mask and eye goggles, if you are around an infected person. (DailyPost)[eap_ad_3]